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Written by: Staff

Srinagar, Apr 3: Jammu and Kahmir police still remained clueless about the foreign tourist Huange Sui Chin from Taiwan, who is missing from March 22 in Kashmir.

However, her daughter Resdenda Chin, who arrived here with a friend after learning about the incident, said she was confident that her mother will return soon.

Panic gripped the Dal Lake area today when body of a woman was seen floating on the water.

Police immediately swung into action and fished out the body.

A police officer said the body belongs to a local woman.

Official sources said search sent to different parts of the valley have so far failed to trace Chin, who is known for her love for adventure.

''My mother loves adventure and she will be back,'' Resdenda said.

She said her adventure-loving mom had visited a number of countries including North Africa, Nepal and Mangolia.

She had never contacted anyone during these trips, Resdenda said and expressed hope that her mother will be back by April 5 to catch a return flight from Delhi.

She said her mother had left a bag in the houseboat, which was later taken to police custody before it was handed over to her. ''It did not contain any valuables therefore she had left it in the houseboat,'' she added.

There was still no response from any quarter to an appeal issued by the police in the local media, which said any person providing any clue about 52-year-old Huange would be suitably rewarded.

Huange arrived here on March 22 and stayed in a houseboat in the famous Dal Lake. However, she left immediately for an internet cafe but did not return.

Later, the houseboat owner informed police and a massive hunt was launched to trace her.

A missing case was registered at the Nehru Park police station after all efforts to trace her failed.


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