Even 55 days after Yousif, a resident of Mehdipatnam, was feared to have been washed away in the flood waters at Gagan Pahad, the investigating officials are still clueless of his whereabouts.
Hyderabad: The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) police are yet to trace Mohd Yousif Siddiq (23), a student from Sudan, who allegedly went missing during the recent floods in Hyderabad.
Even 55 days after Yousif, a resident of Mehdipatnam, was feared to have been washed away in the flood waters at Gagan Pahad, the investigating officials are still clueless of his whereabouts. The police have now announced a suitable reward for those giving information about him.
“Since we received the missing complaint, our teams have been searching for him in all possible places. We have alerted all police stations and shared his pictures too. Now, we are seeking support from the society in tracing him,” said an official from the RGIA police station. Those sharing useful information about him will be suitably rewarded, the official added.
It was on October 14 around 2 am when Yousif who was heading to RGIA to board a flight back to Sudan, got stuck in flood water at Gagan Pahad in Shamshabad on the city outskirts. He is suspected to have been washed away in the flood water and has been missing since then. His mobile phone has also been switched off.
Based on a complaint from Yousif’s friend Elder Deri, from Mehdipatnam, the RGIA police had booked a case and started investigation.
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