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Another student goes missing from south Kashmir

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Pulwama: Days after a BUMS student from Chersooo village went missing in south Kashmir and who later claimed to have joined militant ranks, a BSc student hailing from the same village has also gone missing.
Reports said that Mohsin Amin Bhat son of Mohammed Amin Bhat resident of Chersoo Awantipora in south Kashmir’s Pulwama was reported missing from the past few days.
They said that his family is now appealing him to return back.
Mohammad Amin Bhat, his father said that Mohsin went missing on 29 August and since then there are no trace of him.
He said after failing to find him for three days, they lodged a missing report on 1st September at the concerned police station but still no reports about him him surfaced.
Last year he passed his 12th class examination and presently he was a 1st semester student at Islamia college of Srinagar Hawal.
“After the March covid lockdown Mohsin was at his home,” he said.
“He was never taking part in any street protests and was never arrested before,” he said, adding that he has left behind parents and two brothers.
His family members appealed him to return as according to them his mother is ill and is suffering from a heart ailment.
“One of his younger brothers has also taken ill since the day he has gone missing,” said his father.
“We request everyone every organization and agency to kindly return him back as his mother and brother are very ill,” his father added.
Pertinently, four youth including a BUMS student from the same village have joined militant ranks during the last two months. Among them one was killed and another was arrested during an encounter at Shopian in south Kashmir last week.
Meanwhile, a senior police official while confirming the missing report of the youth said that efforts are on to trace him.


Jahangeer Ganaie

Jahangeer Ganaie is a reporter and covers regional news and can be contacted [email protected]

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