He traveled to Kochi International Airport from Bahrain via Oman. It is said that he left after informing his son in Bahrain. The investigation revealed that he went missing after reaching Kochi.
When we contacted Abdul Aziz’s friends in Bahrain, we got information that he had gone home. Friends who work with the firm informed that they returned home with the money sold by the firm.
The family filed a complaint with the Changaramkulam police after waiting for a long time but did not reach home. Later, Abdul Aziz’s wife lodged a complaint with the Nedumbassery police for the case to be registered and investigated. Anyone having any information about him should contact Changaramkulam Police Station (04942650437), Nedumbassery Police Station (04842610611) or phone number 8129398229.
Educational Merit Awards are distributed
Doha: Education Merit Award ‘Inspiration-2023’ has been organized under the auspices of INCAS Qatar Ernakulam District Committee. Incas Ernakulam District President Shemir Punnooran presided over the function held at the Integrated Indian Community Center Hall, Tumama. Mohammad Ashraf, Director of Brilliant Group of Institutions, who was the chief guest, distributed the awards to the students.
This is the sixth consecutive year that INCAS Ernakulam District Committee is honoring the top achievers of its members’ children in classes 10 and +2.
Daniel won gold medal in CBSE Qatar Cluster Taekwondo competition. K Salish was honored. Incas Qatar President Haider Chungattara inaugurated the conference. ICC President AP Manikandan, ICBF President Shanawaz Bawa, ISC President EP Abdul Rahman and INCAS Senior Leader KK Usman spoke. District General Secretary PR Digesh welcomed and IYC Qatar General Secretary Binish K Ashraf gave vote of thanks.