Dehradun: the country will be celebrating the anniversary of independence On August 15 and on the same day Sisters across the country will be tying rakhi on their brother's wrist, but a sister from Dhaulagiri village of Tehri Garhwal in Uttarakhand is waiting for her brother, his military brother, mysteriously went missing a few days ago. The family requested the police to trace the son from the CM court, with no clue. Army Jawan Rifleman Dhiraj Rawat has been missing for 45 days.
Dhiraj Rawat is a native of Dhaulagiri village under Tehri Garhwal, who joined the army last year. After being recruited, the 9th Garhwal Rifle was posted at Siliguri between Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. Patience had left for his village from June 23 to July 13 with a 20-day leave, but neither Dhiraj returned home nor went back to his duty after the holiday was over. After the mysterious disappearance of patience, the concern of his family is growing. A sister just waits for her brother to return home on this rakhi.
Krishna, the youngest sister of Dhiraj and studies in class XII, has married elder sister Sapna, who lives in Dehradun. Krishna, with a damp eye, says that rakhi was tied on his brother's wrist during the Raksha Bandhan festival last year. The father had filed a report of his missing at Chamba Thame in Tehri district. THE DG law and order also approached Ashok Kumar, but to no avail. The family also visited the CM but could not met him properly.