Police rescue 14-year-old Siliguri boy from Jammu & Kashmir

Sources said the resident of Agam Singh Giri Nagar here had gone missing on May 31 and a police complaint was filed by his family on June 8

Raju Sarkar, an assistant sub-inspector, said the boy’s mother informed him that she had received a phone call from her son who told her that he was in Kashmir.


Police have rescued a 14-year-old boy, who had been missing since May 31, from Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir and handed him over to his parents here.

Police sources said the boy had fled his home at Agam Singh Giri Nagar here. 

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Raju Sarkar, an assistant sub-inspector, said the boy’s mother had received a phone call from her son who told her that he was in Kashmir. “We tracked the cellphone number and learnt the call had been made from some place under Nowgam police station near Srinagar,” Sarkar added.

A police team left for Kashmir on June 21 and rescued the boy from an ice factory at Kunzer in Baramulla. He was handed over to the parents on Tuesday.

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