KOKRAJHAR: Rakesh Roushan, the Kokrajhar Superintendent of Police, informed Inside Northeast that the district police have begun reaching out to their counterparts in Guwahati and New Delhi to trace former Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daimary's son Amritraj Daimary. The former MP's son, a 10th standard student of Reality School, has been missing since yesterday.
"He apparently told two friends that he wished to go to either Guwahati and Delhi yesterday. Therefore, we are in touch with police units from both cities in regards to this case. Our search has been made more difficult due to the fact that he does not use mobile phones," Roushan told Inside Northeast over the phone.
Roushan also informed this publication that investigations are still underway in Kokrajhar to trace the "runaway" youth. "We are trying to track his whereabouts as we are convinced he is headed to some other city."
According to reports, the former MP's son -- who was staying at the boarding school in Kokrajhar -- climbed over a wall and was aided by other students in doing so. Local police have been checking CCTV footage to decode this mystery.
Meanwhile, the missing youth's father has ruled out the possibility of "kidnapping". "His classmates have revealed that he wished to leave -- perhaps he was not happy here. Therefore, we are of the belief that he left because he was upset. Perhaps something had happened at the boarding school that prompted him to leave," Daimary, who recently switched to the BJP from the BPF, told news persons.
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