Gilgit scribe seeks help to locate relatives
Muzzafarabad, June 24: A journalist from Gilgit- Baltistan who is on visit of Pakistan Administered Kashmir on Thursday said that he was trying to locate his relatives in Srinagar.
The president of Chilas press club Sartaj Khan told Greater Kashmir that her aunt Barfi Begum was married to Noor Muhammad, an inspector in civil supplies from Rajbagh area of Srinagar in 1944. “We had no contact with family all these years and after 30 years in 1975, we received photograph of aunt’s son Ifitkhar Ahmed by post,” he said, adding that the letter carried the address “Abdul Khaliq Lone Magarmal Bagh Srinagar.”
“We have no information about their location except this. I appeal people to help me in locating my separated relatives,” he said.
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