Army jawan from Andhra's Vizag goes missing in Haryana

According to family members, army jawan Srinivasa Rao has gone missing while going back to Jalandhar, where he was working, a month back and there is no contact of him since then.

Published: 14th June 2018 04:40 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th June 2018 04:40 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

VISAKHAPATNAM: An army jawan from Pendurthy police station limits in Visakhapatnam has gone missing. According to family members, army jawan Srinivasa Rao has gone missing while going back to Jalandhar, where he was working, a month back and there is no contact of him since then.

According to Pendurthy inspector Suryanarayana, on May 15, the family of Srinivasa Rao approached the police station and registered a missing complaint. As per the family version, Srinivasa Rao had come for holidays and had returned to Jalandhar in the second week of May. He left for Delhi from Visakhapatnam. From Delhi, he left for Panipat in Haryana. He had withdrawn cash from an ATM. After sometime, unidentified persons called Srinivasa Rao’s family on mobile phone and informed that he was completely drunk and lying on road in an unconscious state.

“After registering the complaint, we have inquired about the case. It was true that he had reached Delhi and then Panipat. Then he even withdrew cash from his account from ATM. Based on the phone call, we started investigation and due to boundary limits, we have handed over the case and FIR to Panipat police of Haryana state,” said the CI. It was learnt that even the Indian Army is following up the case along with Haryana Police.

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