GANDERBAL POLICE TRACED OUT SIX LOST STUDENTS, WENT FOR “SECRET” TRIP TO GANGBAL AND SAFELY HANDED OVER TO SKAUST AUTHORITIES

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By Fast Kashmir on 18/08/2018.

GANDERBAL POLICE TRACED OUT SIX LOST STUDENTS, WENT FOR “SECRET” TRIP TO GANGBAL AND SAFELY HANDED OVER TO SKAUST AUTHORITIES

Ganderbal: Six boys from SKAUST university, who have left the hostel on 14/08/2018 without prior permission from university authorities as early reported by Dean faculty of Fishries and Dean students welfare were traced by police .

while questioning the class mates of these missing students they confessed that they have gone for “secret” trip for trekking to Gangbal area of Ganderbal.

SSP Ganderbal Shri Khalil Ahmad Poswal JKPS acting swiftly on the report constituted a team under the supervision of SHO Ganderbal Nisar Ahmad Hurra and with the help of guide (pony walas) all students were traced out in shortest possible time and safely handed over to the SKAUST authorities.

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In this connection VC SKAUST Shri Nazir Ahmad thanked SSP Ganderbal and appreciated the team effort of Ganderbal Police for all the help in locating and safely handing over lost students of SKAUST.