Bhubaneswar: To trace the whereabouts of missing AIIMS Bhubaneswar student from Kashmir, Suhail Aijaz, a three-member team of the Commissionerate Police left for Delhi today.
Based on a tip-off from Suhail's father, who received a telephone call from a public telephone booth in Gurugram recently, the team of the Commissionerate Police left for Delhi for probe.
Sources said the caller from Gurugram informed Suhail's father that the AIIMS student has been spotted in the locality.
Police Commissioner YB Khurania said the police team will examine CCTV footage, talk to Kahsmiri people in the locality and quiz the caller.
Mobile phone of Suhail, who has been missing since February 9, was last tracked to Howrah following which a team of the Commissionerate Police visited Kolkata, but couldn’t find any clue.
Earlier, on March 5, Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) chief minister Mehbooba Mufti requested Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik to take swift action and trace the youth after a suspected Maoist poster claiming that the Kashmiri youth has been abducted was found in Bhubaneswar.
Suhail, a resident of Kupwara district in J&K and a MBBS student at AIIMS, Bhubaneswar has been missing since February 9. The matter came to light after the AIIMS authorities had lodged a complaint on February 17.