“We can’t live without you”: Family of missing north Kashmir youth appeal son to return

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Srinagar: The family members of a 24-year-old youth, who is missing since 20 December have urged their son to return home and appealed to the government to help them in tracing him.

According to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), a 24-year-old youth Saqib Ashraf, son of Muhammad Ashraf Lone of Fategrah Baramulla, is missing since 20 December when he was returning home from Kashmir University.

Family members KNO that on 20 December, Saqib left Kashmir University, but didn’t reach home since then, adding that repeated attempts to contact him failed as his phone was switched off.

“We tried to search him everywhere. We called all our relatives, friends, but nobody had any clue about Saqib,” the family said, adding that they have also registered a missing report in this regard at Police Station Sheeri.

The family has appealed their son to return home. “We appeal our son to return home for the sake of God. Please don’t leave us like this and return home as soon as possible. We cannot live without you,” said his father Ashraf Ahmad amid tears and sobs.

“If he is with any militant outfit, we request them to please allow him to return home. He is very innocent. We don’t have any support except him,” Saqib’s family said—(KNO)

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