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Supriya Sule asks Rijiju to help trace Army jawan’s wife, daughter

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Mumbai: NCP lawmaker Supriya Sule has approached Union ministers Kiren Rijiju and Subhash Bhamre, urging them to help trace the wife and the daughter of an armyman from Maharashtra who have been missing from Arunachal Pradesh since September 20.

“The wife and the daughter of Army Naik Anil Gondge of Dahung Post, Arunachal Pradesh, missing,” Sule said tweeted in which she tagged the two leaders.

“I have asked Rijiju and Bhamre to help trace the jawan’s wife and daughter,” the NCP leader said.


Gondge is a native of Selu in Parbhani district of Marathwada region and was serving at the Dahung Post in Arunachal Pradesh.

Leader of Opposition in Legislative Council Dhananjay Munde today met Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and requested him to render all possible help in locating the armyman’s family members.

“Gondge’s wife Swapna had set out from her home, along with their one year old daughter, for the Nagbaba temple on September 20. When she didn’t return home till evening, a report was filed with local army authorities,” a relative said.

Her relatives fear that the mother-daughter duo may have been kidnapped by naxals or fell victim to a human trafficking racket.