ISM student missing; Mother blames college

Subscribe to Oneindia News

Bengaluru, Jan 19: It has been a month since Anurag Jagtap, a second year student of Indian Institute of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad went missing from Howrah Station and still there is no clue on his whereabouts.

In a telephonic conversation, Anurag' s mother told OneIndia, "I spoke to him last at around 9 pm on Friday, Dec 18, and he informed that he would be boarding Azad Hind Express from Howrah Railway Station for his home town Pune."


She further said, "investigation is going on and we are here in Kolkata since past 25 days but till now we have not got any information about his whereabouts. Now, CID is also investigating about him but have not found any lead yet. College authority had not taken any effort to find him."[ISM Dhanbad student leaves from Howrah station for home; goes missing]

According to me, he was a very jolly person in nature and had no bad habits. If he had any wrong intention of not returning to home, then, he would not have called and informed me about his plan of travelling to home.

Anurag's distressed parents have even requested that if anybody gets any information about Anurag, then they can give information to their mobile number: 919405377036.

OneIndia News

Please Wait while comments are loading...