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Mumbai, Aug 22: Saji Abraham (34), a Dubai-based businessman has been reported missing from airport terminal 2C since Monday August 20th night despite being escorted by his cousin Jayan Tangachan (36) all the way from Dubai. Abraham was waiting in the transit lounge to board a flight to his hometown Kochi.

On Sunday August 19, Abraham landed in the city by a Saudi Arabian Airlines flight (SV 750) at 6 pm. “Being short-tempered, Abraham got into a brawl with the Dubai police in June and landed up in jail,” said his cousin, who also works as a merchandiser in Dubai.

According to the Sahar police -- who have registered a missing complaint — following three months in jail, Abraham’s condition deteriorated and the local authorities asked him to go back to India. “He was acting weird after being jailed for two months,” Tangachan said.

They were to catch a Jet Airways flight to Kochi at 5.50 am. “They decided to wait at the terminal building itself, since they were carrying lots of luggage,”

C K Chavan of Senior Inspector at the Sahar police station, said.

“Abraham hardly seemed disturbed during the journey,” said Tangachan. Both sat on the chairs and fell asleep. “When I got up at around 11.45 pm, I noticed that he was missing,” he informed. 


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