‘Missing’ SKUAST understudies brought home from ‘mystery’ trekking trip in focal Kashmir
Six understudies from Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agriculture Sciences and Technology, Kashmir (SKUAST)- K who were accounted for missing since August 14 have been brought home from a “mystery” trekking trip.
The understudies had left college lodging on August 14 without earlier authorization.
Senior director of police (SSP) Ganderbal Mohammad Khalil Poswal revealed to Greater Kashmir that the college specialists held up a report that six understudies have left the inn on fourteenth August with no earlier authorization.
He said a group headed by SHO Ganderbal Nisar Ahmed was constituted and with the assistance of some ponywalas all the six young men were followed out from Gangbal zone of the region.
The young men were given over to the college experts, he said.
After addressing, he stated, the understudies uncovered that they had gone on a “mystery trekking trip” to Gangabal lake in Ganderbal region.