11 from Kerala's Kasargod missing, feared to have joined IS

Eleven persons from two families have been reported missing in Kasargod. Police and relatives fear they might have joined the Islamic State (IS).

KASARGOD: Eleven persons from two families have been reported missing in Kasargod. Police and relatives fear they might have joined the Islamic State (IS). The Kasargod Town Police have registered missing complaints, and have begun investigation. The relatives told the police the persons had gone missing from Dubai.

In the recent development, police have filed two cases. The first case was registered on a complaint filed by Abdul Hameed of Kunnil House at Mundamkulam in Chemnad panchayat, near Kasargod. He told police six persons, including his daughter Naseera (25), were missing.

The other five missing persons were identified as Naseera’s husband Sawad (35) of Mogral, their children Musab (6), Marjana (3) and Muhammil (11 months); and Sawad’s second wife Rahanath (25) of Chemnad. Sawad used to work in a mobile phone shop in Dubai, police said.

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