A stunning incident surfaced the Valley when Hilal Ahmad Dar, a 27-yr-old scholar hailing from Bemina in Srinagar did not return property just after likely for a trek with his close friends to Ganderbal’s Gangabal.
Dar is said to be missing due to the fact Sunday, June 14 after he went with 5 of his mates. The household associates and kin staged a silent protest on Wednesday, June 17, desirable authorities to enable them trace the 27-year-outdated scholar.
‘Did not return from the trek, mobile phone not reachable’
According to the family, Dar who was pursuing a PhD in Management Research at Kashmir College made the decision to go trekking alongside with his five other mates to Naranag, Ganderbal at 4 am on Sunday. The team was supposed to back on the identical evening of the trek.
According to the stories, Hilal was with them till 12:30 pm, Sunday right before they started off a trek uphill toward Nundkul Gangabal from their base camp.
As they sophisticated in direction of Gangabal, Hilal instructed his friends that he was fatigued and remained near to the foundation camp devoid of strolling any further more. They claimed they even experimented with to discover him out upon their return (to the foundation camp) but to no avail.
Hilal’s mates are staying investigated by law enforcement officials at Law enforcement station Kangan. There has been no breakthrough in the circumstance so considerably.
‘Save Hilal, obtain him’: Household phases silent protest
Relations of the missing youth assembled at Srinagar’s press enclave pleasing to the authority to support them uncover Hilal as quickly as achievable.
According to stories, they have also appealed to the Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu and Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar, Shahid Iqbal Choudhary to individually intervene into the matter.
On social media, a number of lacking stories are getting circulated by family members and buddies alongside with mobile phone numbers to be contacted in situation of any info.