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Parents missing Japanese student issue public appeal for help

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, Oct 28 (UNI) Parents of Japanese student Kota Shinozaki, who went missing from Delhi Airport on September 3, today issued a public appeal to help them find their son.

Shigru and Eikoms Shinozaki, who had come from Tokyo and met Delhi Police officers investigating the matter, issued the appeal through the media.

Twenty-one-year-old Kota had gone missing at around 0200 hrs after he arrived in India and checked out of the immigration counter and exchanged 100 dollars for Indian currency.

Kota had left telling his parents that he wanted to spend the summer in India and promised to return in a month. When there was no news from him a month later, his parents contacted the foreign office here and lodged a complaint with the police.

The police were trying to trace Kota through any acquaintances, especially on the net.

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