J&K student who joined militants, returns home after parents emotional appeal

Ehtesham Bilal, a student of Jammu and Kashmir, studying engineering at a University of Noida, returned home on Sunday afternoon after parents’ passionate appeal. There was news of his involvement in the terrorist outfit Islamic State of Jammu Kashmir (ISJK). Jammu Kashmir Police, without naming anybody, said in a tweet, “With the help of family and police, a person returned to mainstream. Wait for detailed information. “

The 20-year-old Ehtesham, living in the city’s Khanhar of Srinagar, was seen wearing black turban and black plate suit on the social networking site. The explosives were tied on his chest and the Islamic State flag was visible behind. He was missing from the University of Noida in mid-October. The family was surprised by the news of his disappearance and they knocked on every door to persuade him to return. The police assured all possible help for their son’s return.

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Viral photo of Ehtesham Bilal

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The photos of the parents with folded hands were published in the local newspapers, in which Ehtesham had appealed to return home to give at least “the shoulder of his parents”, after which the young man returned to his home.

Ehtesham’s parents had sent a passionate appeal to the terrorist organization to send their son. They had said, “He is their only son in the Sophie tribe and let him return to his family.” Ehtesham was a student of BTech at Sharda University in Noida. His father, Bilal Sophie, said, “My son, you used to say that Jannat is in Ammi – Abbu’s feet, so come and stay with us again.”

At the end of the conversation with these appeals and backdoor efforts, positive results came out and he returned to his home on the sunday afternoon.

Soon after, a team of police took him to an unknown place for medical examination. A senior police officer dismissed claims that Ehtesham was detained. The official said, “We are also human. We are with the parents of the young man. No case is lodged against him and he has only been taken for medical examination. The family members are with him. “

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