Teacher goes missing in Bandipora, JKTF concerned

Jammu and Kashmir Teachers Forum has expressed serious concern over the disappearance of government school teacher, Mushtaq Ahmad Lone son, of Abdul Rehman Lone in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district.

In a statement here a spokesman of JKTF said that “the missing teacher left for his professional assignment in the morning, taught the students during the day but quite surprisingly did not return in the evening. His parents have registered a police complaint.”

He said that the JKTF state president, Muhammad Akbar Khan  discussed the matter with Director School Education Kashmir and requested him to take up the matter with SSP Bandipora for prompt action.

Meanwhile, senior National Conference leader and former Deputy Speaker assembly Nazir Ahmad Gurezi has also sought the help of Governor Satya Pal Malik and Director General Police Dilbagh Singh to trace tracing the missing Bandipora teacher.

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leader Qayoom Wani expressed serious concern over the delay in tracing out the missing teacher in Bandipora district.

In a statement Wani termed the delay total failure of administration who have not taken the case of missing teacher seriously.

He urged the Governor Administration for immediate intervention to trace the missing teacher safely otherwise administration will have to face the brunt society in general and teaching fraternity in particular.