‘Fake news’: Kashmir Police rubbishes reports of 60 youth missing from Valley amid Afghanistan takeover


Ever since Taliban seized control in Afghanistan, social media has been abuzz with reports that around 60 youth have gone missing from the Valley over a period of time. 

The Kashmir Police on Wednesday refuted rumours rife on social media that 60 Kashmiri youth have gone missing amid the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, terming the reports as “fake news”.

“Some #SocialMedia platforms are running that 60 youth have gone #missing from different parts of the #Kashmir Valley amid the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan. This is totally #fake news: IGP Kashmir,” Kashmir Zone Police tweeted.

Ever since Taliban seized control in Afghanistan, social media has been abuzz with reports that around 60 youth have gone missing from the Valley over a period of time.

On Tuesday, the top army commander in the Kashmir Valley met members of around 80 families whose children have joined various terrorist groups in Jammu and Kashmir and urged them to bring their wards back in whatever way possible.

 

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