Udupi: Parents arrive in city searching for missing 15-year-old son

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (MS)

Udupi, Jun 6: A couple, parents of Aditya T (15), a resident of Bengaluru, who has gone missing since a week, have arrived in the city in search of their son.

Aditya is a ninth grade student of New Town National Public School of Yelahanka in Bengaluru and son of Timma Rayappa and Anita couple, residents of R T Nagar. On May 29, Aditya left home in the afternoon saying that he will be back after getting his hair cut. However, he did not return. The couple filed a police complaint at R T Nagar police station.

When the parents checked Aditya’s mobile phone, they came to know that he had searched for more information on Udupi and Mangaluru. Based on this, the devastated parents suspected that he might have come to Udupi and arrived in the city on Sunday. They gave the information at Malpe police station also.

Police asked the couple to contact social worker Eshwar Malpe for more information. It is learnt that Eshwar Malpe is on the search for the boy in and around the city.





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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Tue, Jun 06 2023

    Although it is a sad experience for the parents, one day he may become PM of India.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Jun 06 2023

    No Parent should undergo this agony of missing child.no clues .A teenager ,Did he atleast appeared for exam or was frightend?When he comes back kindly dont pressurize him why he went away.simple hug and say they are happy he is back.first of all make a call on radio or TV to tell where he is and they will come to fetch him.He need not be frightend to come back you are there for all his questions.Hope he is healthy and come back soon.Teenager sometimes do some adventures when they feel alone at home without any siblings or no friends.God bless him and bring back soon.

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  • Shanthi Quadras, Kundapur

    Tue, Jun 06 2023

    Very sad to see the plight of parents...Hoping and praying to trace their son soonest.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Tue, Jun 06 2023

    We humbly pray this child is found ...

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