Missing persons case on the rise: A senior citizen’s concern
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Missing persons case on the rise: A senior citizen’s concern

January 24, 2021


While going through “Star of Mysore” paper daily, it is noticed that almost everyday, there are two or three persons missing, irrespective of their age and gender.

Being a senior citizen, it is really scaring and makes us very unsafe on the roads of Mysuru.

We are also not aware of the missing persons’ whereabouts once the news appears — whether the authorities concerned are taking steps to prevent this or not, is also not clear.

Hence, this letter is an effort to alert the authorities concerned in tracing the missing persons and unite them with their families.

– Srikantiah Belvadi, Mysuru, 16.1.2021

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