8th Grade Baloch Student Missing from Rawalpindi

Ibrar Ahmed
QUETTA:  Bashir Ahmed, an 18-Year-Old student, hailing from Feroz-Abad Khuzdar town of Balochistan has been missing since yesterday from Rawalpindi town of sister province Panjab.
The news got attention on social media, when Sanaullah Baloch, legislator and senior leader of Balochistan National Party (Mengal) and Member Provincial Assembly (MPA) has requested Rawalpindi Police for help while tagging their official account on the micro-blogging website.

Bashir Ahmed was a student of 8th class and currently studying at International Public School Dhoke Kala Khan neighborhood of Rawalpindi and was residing in a flat with other cousins and students located at Bismillah restaurant Main Dhoke Khan Khan chowk.
Muzaffar Ahmed Mengal, an elder cousin of missing Bashir Ahmed told “ Balochistan Voices” that his cousin recently returned from Khuzdar and on 8th January early in the morning he went shopping for buying some things but did not return.
After waiting for him for almost 8 hours, we started searching for him, Mengal said adding, his cell-phone was switched off as he left the room and initially we realize that he might be returned to the home.
Mengal said, Bashir`s father passed away a few years back and he is the youngest of the brothers. He said that He contacted his elder brother in Khuzdar who is looking after the family after the death of their father, his family was also said he did not come here.
Bashir`s entire family is upset over his sudden disappearance and his elder soon after hearing news of his younger brother`s disappearance left for Rawalpindi.
Mengal said, we looked for him everywhere including bus stops, nearby parks, playgrounds, railway stations but he was not found, and then finally we decided to approach local police.
I have submitted a written application for lodging a case about my cousin`s disappearance at Sadiqabad Police station, Mengal said, Station House Officer (SHO) was on patrolling and I have been told that after his [SHO] arrival concerned police officials will visit the site and then they will lodge a case.
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