Srinagar: Missing youth from South Kashmir’s Pampore town announced on social media their joining of militant ranks.
Mohammad Amin Mir son of Ghulam Mohammad Mir, hailing from Drangbal, has joined Laksher-E-Toiba Militant out-fit.
His picture with AK-47 gone viral on social media, he has been Identified as under code name “Abu Ismail”, His qualification is 10th.
As already reported by Global Kashmir, a 28-year-old youth from South Kashmir’s Pampore is missing since July 29 and his family is desperately appealing him to return home.
Mohammad Amin Mir, son of late Ghulam Rasool, resident of Drangbal Pampore has not visited his home since July 29. Amin has four brothers, while his father died in 2016.
His mother had died in 1993. Amin worked with Khyber Milk, distributing its products to shopkeepers in Pampore town. Amin’s family said he was set to be married in a month.
His would be mother-in-law, who is also his aunt, appealed him to return home along with other family members.
“We appeal him, wherever he is, to come back home as soon possible. Don’t leave us like this,” she said. Family sources said, Amin’s finacee has been hopitalised thrice as her health was deteriorating badly since then.
Amin’s brothers, who have also been appealing him to return, said his phone has been switched off since he went missing.
A senior police offical said the family has filed a missing report with the them, and the police has started investigation.
Meanwhile, Another youth from South Kashmir’s Pulwama, announced on social media their joining of militant ranks.
Adil Manzoor Wani son of Manzoor Ahmad Wani hailing from Padgampora area of Awantipora, has joined Laksher-E-Toiba Militant out-fit.
His picture with AK-47 gone viral on social media, His qualification is 10th.