The boy fell in love on Facebook, Kasganj's youth reached across the border, and family members pleaded to return home

The boy fell in love on Facebook, Kasganj's youth reached across the border, and family members pleaded to return home

The youth, who went missing on June 6 from Sahawar town of Kasganj, has reached Bangladesh. This information has come to light in the investigation of the police. The police have informed the matter to the Ministry of External Affairs. It has been told that the young man has reached across the border in the affair of a Facebook friend. He was friends with a girl on Facebook. He used to talk to her. Here, the family is worried about the disappearance of the young man. They have prayed for his return to his homeland.

Zubair, son of kiln businessman Naseem Ahmed, a resident of Navinagar in Sahawar, suddenly went missing. A missing complaint was lodged with the police station in Sahawar. Police investigation revealed that the youth had gone to Bangladesh from West Bengal on a six-month tourist visa. There is no information about where the youth is in Bangladesh. The police informed the matter to the Ministry of External Affairs. After the matter reached the Ministry of External Affairs, now the intelligence team has become active.

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Was the youth a victim of the Honey Trap gang? Apart from this, there is no issue related to internal security. The intelligence system is engaged in the investigation on all these points. On Saturday, the team of intelligence agencies contacted the family members and gathered information about the youth, Zubair. Showing the screenshot of the girl's Facebook ID, Zubair's family members said that Zubair was in touch with a Facebook profile named Angel Queen Simi. The family said that the son should be returned to his homeland.

Kasganj superintendent of Police Rohan Pramod Botre said that the investigation is going on in the case of Sahawar's youth who reached Bangladesh. The intelligence team is investigating. Nothing can be said for sure until the investigation is over. The matter has been informed to the Ministry of External Affairs.

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