Kulgam: After a wait of over a week, the missing siblings from south Kashmir’s Kulgam district, have been traced in New Delhi, reports claimed.

Quoting family sources, news agency CNS reported that Delhi cyber cell traced them at Lodhi Colony, in Delhi and family members of the missing siblings along with JK police personnel have gone there is meet them.

Meanwhile, the family members of the duo have lauded the efforts of police for helping them in tracing their loved ones.

The trucker and his brother hailing from Mohammad Pora of south Kashmir’s Kulgam district, on way from Kanpur to Jalandhar with a truckload of animal hides had gone missing on November 18.

A close relative of the duo earlier said that Younis Ahmad Dar (26) and his younger brother Faisal Hassan Dar (18) had left for Kanpur on November 14 at around 10:30 pm with a truckload of animal hides, wherefrom they were supposed to reach Jalandhar. On the following day, the duo reached Jasrana at 10:30 am, after snacks they took their way, however, were e-challaned of Rupees two-thousand near Etah adjacent Secundra Rao. Upto that spot, the family was in touch, however soon after, their phones reflected false bells and came switch off.

Once we approached the local police station, they cited the eyewitness and said that the duo may have most probably intercepted by a group of dacoits near Noori Masjid, Secundra Rao, the relative had said.

Following this, the family of the duo had left for Uttar Pradesh in pursuance of the case with local authorities there.


Free Press Kashmir is now on Telegram. Click here to Join.
FPK Android App for 2G. Click here to Download.


Write A Comment