2 truckers from IIOJK go missing in Uttar Pradesh

Srinagar, November 23, 2020 (PPI-OT): A truck driver and his brother hailing from Mohammad Pora of south-Kashmir’s Kulgam district went missing since November 18 while they were on their way from Kanpur to Jalandhar with a truckload of animal hides. A close relative of the two brothers said that Younis Ahmad Dar, and his younger brother Faisal Hassan Dar had left for Kanpur on November 14 at around 10:30 pm with a truckload of animal hides, wherefrom they were supposed to reach Jalandhar.

“On the following day, they reached Jasrana at 10:30 am, after snacks they took their way; however, they were e-challaned of Rs 2000 near Etah adjacent to Secundra Rao. Upto that spot, we were in touch; however soon after, their phones reflected false bells and came switched off. Once we approached the local police station, they cited the eyewitness and said that the duo may have been most probably intercepted by a group of dacoits near Noori Masjid, Secundra Rao. The phone numbers of the duo were put to surveillance to access the location,” the official said adding it came to fore that the mobile phones have been turned off somewhere near Secundra Rao in Hathras district along GT road.

It is believed that Younis and Faisal were picked up by Indian police at the behest of Modi-led fascist Indian government for ulterior motives. Meanwhile, the aggrieved family is leaving for Uttar Pradesh in pursuance of the case with local authorities there.

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