In Three Months, JKP Traced 23 Women In One District

SRINAGAR: Under the guidance of SSP Samba Benam Tosh, the police have traced three more missing women from different areas and reunited them with their families. According to a statement issued here, one missing young girl hailing from the Samba tehsil area has been traced by Samba Police from Bhaderwah, district Doda.

The second missing woman, who also belongs to Samba tehsil, has been recovered from the Vijaypur area, and the third missing woman, who is a resident of Rajpura tehsil, has also been traced.

The relatives of the missing females had approached the police to recover their missing family members. Based on their missing reports lodged at the concerned police station, the police have recovered the missing females and reunited them with their families. The police teams comprising SHO Police Station Samba Rajeshwar Singh, SHO Police Station Ghagwal Bharat Bhushan, PSI Rajat Sharma, and SI Yog Raj, under the supervision of Deputy SP Garu Ram Bhardwaj and Additional SP Samba Surinder Choudhary, have recovered the missing females.

Thus, the three separate missing reports entered at the police station Samba & police station Ghagwal have been disposed of. Senior Superintendent of Police Samba Benam Tosh said that Samba Police have recovered 31 missing persons, including 23 females, in three months from different places such as Kashmir, Ramban, Bhaderwah, Amritsar (Punjab), Jalandhar (Punjab), Nainital (Uttarakhand), Katra, Saidpur (Punjab), Jammu, and several other places. The police have reunited them with their families following proper procedures under the law.


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