Medical aspirant student goes missing in Kota

Medical aspirant student goes missing in Kota

Raipur/Kota, March 10: A medical aspirant lad from Odisha, Subhajit Mishra, taking medical coaching at Allen Career Institute, Kota, Rajasthan has been found missing for the last two days. He is missing from Thursday evening.

Medical Aspirant Student from Odisha Subhajit Mishra who was found missing since Thursday.

As per information the Institute had filed a missing report on Thursday with Vijaya Nagar, Police station. It is further stated that the Institute had also intimated the family members regarding the missing boy. The family members are expected to reach on Friday night to Kota, Rajasthan.

As per information he was staying at Tirupati Village, Bigyan Nagar, Kota Rajasthan on rental cum hostel basis. He is nephew of Debasis Panda.

Further details are awaited in the case.


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