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Modern friendship, Alert! : Among three friends, one missing

The descriptive roll of the missing boy is Hair:- Black and he was wearing dark blue color T-Shirt and black color pant.  The general public have been requested to share/ pass on information with Police in, if anyone found the above said missing boy wandering in their area to 03192-232100, 03192-232400, 9434288673, 9434298797. Such person will be rewarded suitably, a press release from Police Department said.

TMI Bureau
Port Blair, Aug 28: 'On 18/08/2019, a case vide Crime No. 463/19 U/s 279 IPC, has been registered at PS Aberdeen, against one Akash Kumar S/o Late Sanjeev Kumar (24 yrs) R/o ABC Colony, Shadipur, Port Blair. The said accused person is missing from the spot i.e. bay of Carbyn's Cove, since the day of accident and his whereabouts are not known to anyone', a press release says.
"An accident took place at midnight of 17/08/2019, while three friends Akash Kumar (24 yrs), Utkarsh Kumar (22 yrs) and Ritesh Majumdar (20 yrs) traveling between Corbyn Chowk and Corbyn's Cove  on a car (i.e. Hyudai i20 Asta Alight) regd. no. AN01 M 4740, when unfortunately due to over-speed at a turning before LPG Godown, the vehicle left the road and went down into the left hand side creek. Anyhow, Utkarsh Kumar and Ritesh Majumdar came out from the car and creek, and screamed for Akash Kumar, but they did not able to find his friend Akash Kumar's whereabouts there, and the incident was reported to the nearest Police Station at 01.35 hrs by Utkarsh Kumar," sources said.
'During the Police investigation, extensive search has been conducted by taking the assistance of PMF staff, boat & divers Forest, Coast Guard, at the spot and nearby places along with the assistance of villagers, friends and relatives of missing person, Dog squad was also engaged to trace the missing boy but in vain. Even after making extensive efforts for the search of the missing person he could not be located. Search is still on,' the press release further added.
Whereas, Smti. Subhashini, the mother of missing youth says that, "my son is a good swimmer, if there was a matter of water level at the incident premises. Moreover, I am a half paralyzed women and he used to pick and drop me to the office, and I know about his driving style". "My son must not be present in the car during the incident happened near creek before LPG Godown. Since that night, Akash is missing, while the police force is trying all possible way to search for any clue regarding my child, but till now they could not find any concrete evidence", Smti. Subashini further added.
Suspecting something suspicious in the entire episode with her son, Smti Subhashini has requested the authorities to properly investigate the matter in all possible ways.


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