Crime

Police still clueless about missing Bhubaneswar AIIMS student's whereabouts

Bhubaneswar: The 23-year-old Kashmiri student went missing from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Bhubaneswar since February 9 is yet to be traced despite the Commissionerate Police having initiated a probe.


Suhail Aijaz Kataria, from Marsari Chowkibal in north Kashmir's Kupwara district, was pursuing MBBS at the institute here from 2016.


According to sources on February 6, Sushail called his parents asking for money. But they failed to establish contact with their son from February 9.


Today the parents met Commissioner of Police YB Khurania seeking a speedy inquiry.


Suhail was staying in the hostel.
Khurania said Sushail was last traced to Howarh in West Bengal and said they are in constant touch with the Jammu and Kashmir and West Bengal police.


Police here have recovered two handwritten notes from Suhailís hostel room and are examining them for possible leads, the sources added.

Meanwhile, cops in the three States are in constant touch with each other to trace the missing medico.

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