IIOJK scholar’s disappearance: 4 friends to undergo Narco test

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Srinagar

In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, four friends of a PhD scholar, who went missing last June during a trekking expedition, will be taken by police to Gujarat for narco-analysis test.

The four friends of Hilal Ahmed Dar of Bemina, who went missing on June 13, 2020 during a trek to high altitude Naranag in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district, were summoned by police for questioning into the case.

All the four youth had returned home on the same evening, Hilal did not. The family and relatives of Dar had staged multiple protests seeking his whereabouts.

On the repeated requests from the family of missing scholar, police called all the four friends of the scholar to police station Kangan on Friday.

Narco-Analysis tests will be conducted on all these four persons. These tests will be performed in the Indian state of Gujarat.—KMS

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