Baramulla family appeals son to return home

‘Since Police Booked Him In An FIR In 2010, Nasir Had Been Attending Court Hearings’

Srinagar, Publish Date: Dec 15 2017 12:44AM | Updated Date: Dec 15 2017 12:44AM
Baramulla family appeals son to return homePhoto: Mubashir Khan/GK

Another family has come forward to make an appeal to their son, whose photo with a gun has been circulating in the social media, to come back home.

Nasir Ahmad Dargi who hails from Baramulla had gone missing on December 2 and on that very night his photograph with a gun started making rounds on Facebook. 

His family today held a sit-in protest making an appeal to him to return to his ailing mother.

“He had come to Srinagar for a court hearing on December 2 and since then has been missing. On that day at 10: 30 in the night we saw his photograph with a gun,” said Snober, Nasir’s sister who had come to Press Enclave to make an appeal.

Six-seven years back police had registered an FIR against Nasir and since then he has been attending court hearings.

“Nasir is a painter by profession and was the sole bread earner in the family after our father passed away in 1995. Now his sudden disappearance has given sleepless nights to us and we want the government as well as Nasir to take into consideration our appeal,” said Snober, adding, “We are not sure whether he has joined any militant outfit or has been killed.”

Encouraged by the return of Anantnag (Islamabad) footballer Majid Khan after appeal from their family to shun militancy and return home, more families are making appeals to their sons to come back.


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