Family members of a missing pharmacist staged a protest demonstration at Press Enclave here, appealing police to help them in tracing him.
A resident of Preng village of Kangan in Ganderbal district, the pharmacist, Noor-ul-Hasan Wani has been missing since June 22, said his family members. They claimed Wani has been kidnapped.
The family members who were carrying placards, said on June 22, Wani left for medical shop in Nunar village.
“When he didn’t return home by the evening we called him up but his phone was switched off. He is untraceable since and we are moving from pillar to post to find him,” they said.
Wani’s mother said his son would always help others. “He wasn’t having enmity with any person,” she said.
Wani’s father, Ghulam Hassan sought intervention of Inspector General of Police Kashmir in tracing their son.
“I beg all those who can find my son, to help me. Noor has a two-year-old daughter. Please have mercy on us,” Hassan said.
He said Wani’s car was found in Lar area of Ganderbal the next day with all his belongings in it. “The vehicle is in police station but no efforts are being made to trace him. It has been over two weeks and there is no information about our son,” he said.