Srinagar, Jun 17: Scores of women appeared in Press Enclave Srinagar on Monday seeking whereabouts of their loved ones who had got disappeared allegedly at the hands of security personnel during militancy .
Gangbou, Batamaloo while narrating her woeful tale about her brother
told CNS that they are looking for Manzoor Ahmed Dar from past 16 years
and he is
“My brother Manzoor Ahmed was a shopkeeper who was picked up by 20 Grenade RR personnel in 1997 when he was returning to his
home. He was not having any affiliation with any militant outfit and we were surprised over his detention,” she said.
Manzoor was taken to Army Camp located at Boatman Coloney Bemina and
“when we visited there we were told to visit next day and take Manzoor
along with you,” Shabnam said adding that her brother was the lone bread
earner for the family and soon after his disappearance she left studies
due to lack or resources.
Shabnam said that next day they were
surprised when Army officers told us that they have not picked up
“We have been roaming from pillar to post to have a glimpse of Manzoor.
We incurred lot of expenditure during all these years in search of our
beloved Manzoor,” she said adding that her mother has lost eyesight
while her father had recently a paralysis attack.
“A few years
back we heard that Manzoor was seen in one of the Central Kashmir’s Army
Camp. We went there but one of the Army officer by name of Shakoori
denied that charge and we were disappointed,” she said adding that they
have already registered a case at Police Station Shergari.,” she
said and appealed the government to help them in tracing out their
beloved one. (CNS)