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Missing Tailbal teens found in Srinagar

October 08, 2019 | BK NEWS DESK/SRINAGAR

Police have traced the two teenagers who had gone missing from Kashmir capital Srinagar. Families had lodged a missing report while police said that efforts were on to trace them and finally they succeeded in their endeavor.
A police official from police station Nigeen said that they registered an FIR vide number 94/2019 after two families from Dangarpora Tailbal claimed that their two membes Muhammad Muteeb Bhat (13) son of Abdul Qayoom and Muhammad Zaid Bhat (14) son of Imtiyaz Ahmed Bhat had gone missing after leaving a private coaching centre on October 3 this month.
The official said that both the boys stayed at the house of their friend in Baramulla as they felt scared of returning home when one of the teachers at the tuition centre had rebuked them for indulging in smoking. The teacher had found cigarettes packets in their bags. They felt the teacher might complain to their parents and so they decided not to visit their houses.
“After counseling, we handed over both the teenagers to their families,” said a police official from police station Nigeen.

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Missing Tailbal teens found in Srinagar

October 08, 2019 | BK NEWS DESK/SRINAGAR

Police have traced the two teenagers who had gone missing from Kashmir capital Srinagar. Families had lodged a missing report while police said that efforts were on to trace them and finally they succeeded in their endeavor.
A police official from police station Nigeen said that they registered an FIR vide number 94/2019 after two families from Dangarpora Tailbal claimed that their two membes Muhammad Muteeb Bhat (13) son of Abdul Qayoom and Muhammad Zaid Bhat (14) son of Imtiyaz Ahmed Bhat had gone missing after leaving a private coaching centre on October 3 this month.
The official said that both the boys stayed at the house of their friend in Baramulla as they felt scared of returning home when one of the teachers at the tuition centre had rebuked them for indulging in smoking. The teacher had found cigarettes packets in their bags. They felt the teacher might complain to their parents and so they decided not to visit their houses.
“After counseling, we handed over both the teenagers to their families,” said a police official from police station Nigeen.


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