Police have launched a probe after 11 Keralites have been reported missing in Dubai since June 15. The missing Indians also include children from two families.
"We have received a complaint from one Abdul Hameed about six members of his daughter's family having gone missing. We are also investigating a case of five missing persons from another family," said Kasargod district police chief A Srinivas.
Abdul Hameed of Mundamkulam area had filed a complaint in which he stated that his daughter Naseena (25), her husband Sawad (32), their three children aged between eleven months and six years and Sawad’s second wife Rahanath (22) have gone missing, said the police chief. They could not be contacted for the last 15 days, he added.
A sub-inspector probing the case said that Hameed himself later informed the police that two days back he had received news of all of them being safe in Yemen.
We are ascertaining their exact whereabouts, the family had gone to Dubai two years back, said the sub-inspector.
Though no complaint was received about the other family of Anangoor Kollambadi Ansar, his wife and three children, the police have started a probe based on information given by Hameed, the SI added.