Missing Kashmir woman traced from Okhla
HT NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, March 11: Khadija (70), a resident of Shopian in south Kashmir, who went missing from Jamia Millia metro station Delhi, has been traced in the Okhla area late last night.
Khadija went missing from Jamia Milia Islamia metro station on March 9. Accordingly, a missing report was lodged in Zakir Nagar police station and a search was started to trace her.
An official said the missing lady was spotted at the Okhla area and reported to Lajpat Nagar police station.
Acting instantly, the woman was immediately handed over to legal heirs after completion of all legal formalities, he said.
Her daughter Nusrat, said, “We are very happy to see our mother alive and thankful to people who helped us in locating her.”
“Alhamdulillah, with the grace of Allah and great concern, cooperation and prayers of all friends my mother has been traced out…I am thankful to all people who stood with me in my tough time and send their love and blessings,” she tweeted.
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