BSP worker’s son missing for 11 days: went out for cycling, then did not return, family’s weeping condition: no clue even after scanning more than 100 CCTVs

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The son of an employee of Bhilai Steel Plant is missing for the last 11 days. The family and the police searched him in every possible place to meet him, but till now there is no clue about where he is, in what condition. Bhatta police say that they are doing everything possible to trace him.

According to the information, Pranay Pirpannai, son of Channaiya Pirpannai, a resident of Sector-4 road, has been missing since the morning of October 2. He had left home for cycling at 7 in the morning. After that did not return home. It is being told that Pranay, who was studying in class 11 in Sector 10 Higher Secondary School, was under pressure from his family members. The family did not let him go anywhere and kept an eye on him all the time. Pranay was very good at reading. Fearing that he should not fall into any bad company, the family used to pay special attention to him and all this was not liked by Pranay.

More than 100 CCTVs were scanned

Brajesh Kushwaha, in-charge of the station, said that in search of Pranay, a police team was sent to every place where he could be. Despite interrogation everywhere, no trace of him has been found. More than 100 CCTV cameras have been scanned by the police to trace him. Despite this, nothing could be traced back to him. Pranay is also traced in all public places like bus stand, railway station.

Weeping bad condition of family

Due to the disappearance of Pranay, the family is in a bad condition. His mother is sitting in the hope that when will she see her son. Prannoy’s father is still going to different places in search of him. He says that if anyone gets information about his son, then his mobile number 7587436976 Contact us and give information.

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