by Syed Samreen
SRINAGAR: Family members of the Pharmacist who went missing in Ganderbal district last month held a protest on Saturday seeking the whereabouts of their kin.
Over a dozen family members of the youth, identified as Noor-ul-Hassan Wani, resident of Prang Kangan in Ganderbal district, gathered at Press colony here, seeking help to trace him.
Holding placards in their hands, the family members said Wani went missing on June 22 at around 9 in the evening.
“On June 22, Wani left for a medical shop in Nunar village. When he didn’t return home by the evening on that day we called him up but the phone was switched off,” the family members said.
“Give me my innocent son back, Why would someone abduct him? He wasn’t even indulged in any personal rivalries,” said wailing mother of Wani.
Ghulam Hassan father of Wani said that the family urges the Government and the IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar to intervene into the matter and find his son.
“We have been searching for Noor Mohammad since the time he went missing. I beg all those who can find my son, to help me. Noor has a two-year-old daughter. Please have mercy on us,” said his father.
An official said that the family had filed a report on June 23, the next day of his missing and the investigation is underway.
“Noor Mohammad’s car was found in Lar area of Ganderbal the next day with all his belongings in it. The Car is still in the police station,” he said.