Kaup: Youth employed at Qatar reaches Mumbai - Remains incommunicado


Daijiworld Media Network - Kaup (SP)

Kaup, Jan 14: A missing complaint stands registered in Padubidri police station relating to Numan, son of Ismail (64) resident of Uchila Bada village in the taluk.

Father of Numan, Ismail (64), in his complaint, said that his son, Numan, had left to work at Qatar about 18 months back. He was working as an accountant in that country. He used to call his family often, and on January 6 this year, had contacted family members over phone. Ismail was later informed by Numan's friend, Tausif that he had dropped off Numan at the airport at Qatar on January 7. On the same day, Oscar from Muloor reportedly visited Ismail at his home to inform him that Numan had reached Mumbai from Qatar. However, Numan did not come back home.

On January 13, Numan reportedly messaged Ismail's second son Naufal, via Instagram, stating that he was not in a position to call home. Even though message was sent to him seeking his current whereabouts, he did not respond. Ismail said in his complaint that he is not certain whether Numan has returned to India from Qatar or not. He said his son has gone missing somewhere and asked the police to locate him.

A missing complaint stands registered in Padubidri police station in this regard.

  

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Wed, Jan 15 2020

    @ Pravin, MUMBAI

    You are one in a Million.
    You must be enjoying handsome (Six figure ) salary !
    Try to save half of your salary for your children's benefit.
    I hope many more will follow in your foot steps.
    All the best.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jan 15 2020

    Immigration records at Qatar & Mumbai Airport could be checked ...

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  • James, Belman

    Tue, Jan 14 2020

    I pray to God that he'll join his family soon. No one can understand the pain of parents when they lose their children. Hope this boy returns home safely.

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  • John, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Tue, Jan 14 2020

    Gulf is not same like before
    All development completed
    Nationals are replaced by expatriates
    High salary people are thrown out
    Financial crisis everywhere
    No business
    Guys if you have earned something take care your money don't waste unnecessary

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  • Pravin, MUMBAI

    Tue, Jan 14 2020

    But in India there is no issue. Literally I feel fortunate to live in this era. This Government has made this country a heaven.

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  • Santosh Santhu, Kudlaa

    Tue, Jan 14 2020

    Really ?

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  • Ahmed K. C., Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 15 2020

    Pravin
    Which part of India ???

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  • Pravin, Mumbai

    Wed, Jan 15 2020

    I stay in Mumbai. But i am getting same feedback from all over India.

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  • Edward, Udupi

    Wed, Jan 15 2020

    @ Pravin, pls tell me which part of India, even I will shift.

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  • Frenkie, Udupi/KSA

    Wed, Jan 15 2020

    People are not getting the sarcasm behind this comment

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  • Vishu, Udupi

    Tue, Jan 14 2020

    If he left from Doha, Qatar immigration department can provide the information by checking their database by his passport number. Same way Indian immigration department can provide the details if he arrived Mumbai.

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  • Shahid, Shirva

    Tue, Jan 14 2020

    Was in a shock to see him in the missing news..He is my classmate..Request from all Daiji readers to pray for his safe return..

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