Seek help from forces and Administrations to find the missing
Srinagar, July 30, CNS: In their continuing series of protests, the family members of the missing Ph.D. scholar yet again assembled in Press Colony Srinagar, on Thursday asking the authorities to help in tracing their kin.
According to newsgathering agency Current News Service, the protestors, which included several women related to the family, were aghast over the long period of his disappearance and were desperately seeking help from authorities to find the missing youth.
They issued an appeal to Director General Police Dilbagh Singh, Inspector General Vijay Kumar, Army, and Administration to help them in seeking the trace of the missing scholar.
Hilal Ahmad, a Ph.D. scholar had gone to the Wangat area of the north Kashmir Ganderbal district, while he had gone there for a trek with his friends on June 14 this year.
While his friends returned back, but Hilal Ahmed was not among them, after which family filed a missing report with the police.
Subsequently, police searched the missing youth along the trek route, which Hilal had used, but to no avail.
Even his friends, who were accompanying him on the trekking expedition were questioned by the police and were also included in the search team, which was looking for the missing scholar.
His friends said they decided to trek to the Gangabal mountain lake in the foothills of the Harmukh mountain, but Hilal said he would wait at Naranag (Wangat) for their return.
The youth has remained untraced for last more than one month and the family has repeatedly protested to seek his whereabouts. (