Aligarh/Srinagar: Expressing deep concern on the whereabouts of the missing Kashmiri student Masroor Abbas Mir, J&K Students Association here on Saturday requested Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to look into the matter and take quick action to trace him off. In a Statement, National Convenor of Association Nasir Khuehami said that Masroor is resident of Sopore baramulla and is enrolled in AMU City school.
He said that, Masroor is missing since December 8, after he left his hostel at 8 am for the school but did not reach there. Family members, besides J&K Aligarh Students tried to seek his whereabouts from his colleagues and school authorities but nobody is aware where he is. Masroor had withdrawn cash of Rs 5000 from an ATM.
The missing report was filed at Civil Line Police Station area & the last location of the missing student was found at Aligarh Railway Station.
Though police, friends and the school authorities are on job to trace him, but so far no major success has been achieved in this regard. Nobody has been able to trace him as of now. Despite the concerted efforts of Aligarh Police, he is yet to be traced out or his wellbeing is known.
Khuehami requested Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to direct police to intensify the search operation to seek his whereabouts of Masroor Abbas who is missing since December 8, causing distress to his family. His parents are dying with each passing second. We request Authorities to do speedy investigation of the matter and explore all the possible angles to trace the student.