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Missing jawan traced to native town in Maharashtra


Team Udayavani, Jul 8, 2018, 3:00 PM IST

Jammu: An Army jawan, who had gone missing from Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir two days back, was traced to his home in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad district, a defence spokesman said today.

Disciplinary action will be initiated against the jawan on his return to his unit for remaining absent without leave, the spokesman said. 

The Army’s mobile field veterinary hospital yesterday lodged a missing report at a police station, stating that a jawan went for some personal work in a bank on July 6 but did not return.

The jawan, who had left his unit in civil dress and without any weapon, had reached his home in Aurangabad, the spokesman said. 

He said a contact was established with him and he is returning to the unit shortly to face disciplinary action as per Army rules for remaining absent without leave.

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