5 youths missing in Kashmir, likely to join terrorist organization
5 youths missing in Kashmir, likely to join terrorist organization

Srinagar: The case is from South Kashmir, where five youths have gone missing under suspicious circumstances. On this matter, it is believed that these youth have been admitted to terrorist organizations. Recently, the police is conducting a special operation to find out all these. At the same time, help is being sought from the relatives and friends of the youth. Let us tell you that the five boys who have gone missing in the last 22 days have been identified as Shahid Ahmed Alei, Mohsin Ahmed Wani, Nawaz Ahmed Ganai, Uwais Ahmed Mir and Bilal Ahmed Wage. In which 17-year-old Shahid Ahmad Alei is a student. Shahid, a resident of Kul-Damhal Hanzipore in Kulgam, was studying in Srinagar. He is being reported missing since 7 February.

At the same time, the rest of the youth are being told a lab technician and an electrician. Mohsin Ahmed Wani is the eldest among the five missing men. Mohsin, a resident of Ayand village in Shopian, South Kashmir, is said to be missing since February 10. Nawaz Ahmed Ganai is an electrician missing from Muran Pulwama. According to police sources, there is no complaint against him for ever participating in violent or anti-national protests at the local police post. In his family, there are parents besides his brother, while X-ray technician Uwais Ahmed Mir of Ashmander village in Pulwama is believed to have gone missing since February 18. He was employed in a private pathology lab in Pulwama. His family is one of the reputed families of the area.

Sheer Ahmed Wage has gone missing from Udipora Panjgam in Pulwama since 16 February. He has also been caught taking part in violence demonstrations many times. Once, in the midst of violence, his hand was broken in the action of security forces. At the same time, police have filed separate FIRs for the disappearance of the five youths. Police say that the missing youths are being traced. Many officials have expressed apprehension that they may get into terrorist organizations in the tongueless tongue. Let me tell you that efforts are also on to bring them into the mainstream.

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