Sopore youth goes missing! Parents urge him to return home
Sopore, Jan 01: Parents of a 20-year-old missing youth in north Kashmir’s Sopore town on Tuesday made a vehement appeal to him to return home.
‘Kashmir Images’ uploaded a video on its official Facebook page on Tuesday in which the father and mother of the missing youth, Amir Rasool Kaboo, who hails from Arampora Sopore, appealed their son to return home.
Talking to ‘Kashmir Images’, the father, Ghulam Rasool Kaboo said that his son left home on 15th December evening and didn’t return. “We are worried about the safety of our son and have lodged a missing report at police station Sopore,” Kaboo said.
“My son was compelling me to buy a truck for him but due to meager financial resources I could not fulfill his wish, and he ran away from home. Now, I am requesting him to come back home; I will sell a piece of land and buy him the vehicle,” he added.
Senior Superintend of Police Sopore, Javaid Iqbal told ‘Kashmir Images’ that police are ascertaining the facts regarding the missing youth.
Another man goes missing from Soura
Srinagar, Jan 1: A 25-year-old youth from Soura area of Srinagar has gone missing even as his family on Tuesday urged him to return home.
Nadib Hanief Khan, son of Mohammad Hanief Khan, a resident of Bilal Colony, Soura, left his home on Friday for offering prayers and is missing since, reported news agency GNS.
“He should return home as his mother is suffering from cancer and if he is with somebody he should be let go on a humanitarian basis,” appealed his father Mohammad Hanif Khan.
The family has also submitted a missing report with police station Soura in this regard.
A police officer told the news agency that they are investigating the case.
“We are investigating (it from) all angles,” the police officer said, when asked about a possibility of Nadib having joined militancy.
The youth, according to family, has done a course on mobile and computer repairs besides iPhone programming in Mumbai.