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Sikhs urge PM to take up missing devotee`s issue with Pak

Sikhs in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday sought Prime Minister Manmohan Singh`s intervention in tracing a member of their community who went missing during a visit to Pakistan.



Jammu: Sikhs in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday
sought Prime Minister Manmohan Singh`s intervention in tracing
a member of their community who went missing during a visit
to Pakistan.

Amar Singh, a retired armyman, who went to gurdwara
Nankana Sahib in Pakistan to pay obeisance, went missing on
April 20.

"We urge the Prime Minister to take up the matter with
the Pakistani government in locating the missing devotee,"
Nirbho Nirvair Organisation chief Harjeet Singh told reporters
here.

He said Amar Singh, a resident of R S Pura sector, did
not return home while other devotees who went to Nankana Sahib
in group had come back.

Harjeet alleged Pakistan`s ISI had kidnapped him as he
was an ex-serviceman.

PTI

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