Showing seriousness over the mysterious missing of Sarpanch Dhok Wazrian and advocate Raman Wazir who remain untraced even after more than 48 hours, High Court and Jammu and Kashmir police today constituted separate Special Investigation Teams (SIT) for his search.
An investigation carried out by the Newspoint over the entire episode right from the missing of advocate till today it came to fore that the advocate was a well known social worker and was unpopular among bovine smuggler, as he remained at fore front against the bovine smuggling and played a vital role in foiling several bovine smuggling bids as the area was the favorite route of bovine smuggling.
Meanwhile, sources said that the missing advocate belongs to a rich family having huge movable and immovable property both within and outside the state.
Sources said that his activeness and campaign against the bovine smuggling could be a major reason behind his mysterious missing, though the role of anybody having altercations over the property disputes in his mysterious missing could not be ruled out.
Worthy to mention here that the personal Gypsy of the missing advocate bearing registration number JK02N-9256 was lying at NHW near Jagti and his mobile phone, Tab and vehicle keys were also found from the gypsy.
In this regard a missing report was registered by police at Police Station Nagrota vide DDR number 13 dated 31-07-2016 and a search was launched to trace out the missing advocate but to no avail till so far.
During the past course of investigation the scene of occurrence was preserved and dog squad was called for tracking down the missing person. The FSL team was also requisitioned to lift samples including finger prints from the vehicle.
Later the search around the area where the vehicle found was carried out extensively besides the family members, friends and panchs close to the missing person were interacted to get any vital clue leading to him.
Even the room of the missing advocate was also inspected in presence of family members and some records were securitized.
However, the BAR Association Jammu suspended their work to show resentment against the failure of police in tracing out their colleague who went missing since the morning 31 July 2016 from somewhere between Dhok and Nagrota. The Bar working will remain suspended for two more days i.e. upto 4th of July 2016.
Meanwhile the police after fighting tooth and nail remained clueless even after the passage of 48 hours and finally formulated SIT for the further investigation. Similarly, the Jammu and Kashmir High court acting on the petition filed by the BAR, formulated its SIT to look into the matter so that their missing could be found as early as possible.
When tried to contact Inspector General of Police Jammu Danish Rana over the issue, all the calls made remained unanswered.