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Umar kashmir student who came for study in AMU,goes missing in Aligarh


Umar Taimour, a resident of Kunan village of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, had joined a coaching centre a month ago near Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) to prepare for 11th class entrance test.

Kashmiri student goes missing in Aligarh, family appeals for help

The family of a Kashmiri student missing from Aligarh city of Uttar Pradesh since 11 January have made an emotional appeal in a bid to find him.

Umar Taimour, a resident of Kunan village of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, had joined a coaching centre a month ago near Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) to prepare for 11th class entrance test.

He was in regular contact with his family until 11th January when he made his last call back home.

A missing report has already been lodged at Civil Lines police station Aligarh, said his family members.

His cousin, who is pursuing PhD at the AMU, said that Umer left his rented accommodation at around noon on January 11.

“We are looking for him everywhere since that day. We have lodged a report at the police station too, but they (police) have so far been unable to trace Umer,” said his cousin Bilal Ahmad.

“It is a humble request to all, if anybody can find any related information, please contact on these phone numbers: 07060150912, 08755532958, and 09897133275.”

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