“Hello Mummy. Don’t miss me. I am doing some special work at the India-Pakistan border.” After hearing these words from his missing son over phone, Sunita Kushwaha, 49, a resident of Gwalior, was shocked and rushed to the Madhoganj police, pleading with them to get her son Vishal Kushwaha, 26, back.
Sunita was perturbed because one of the five persons arrested from Gwalior for their alleged involvement in a ISI spy ring that was busted recently, lived in her area. She feared that her son too might have got involved in such activities, police sources said.
Superintendent of police (SP), Gwalior Dr Ashish said, “Sunita Kushwaha has lodged complaint with police and has provided her son’s mobile number. We are tracking him down. As of now, we have not found any connection with Pakistan espionage racket.”
A police source said, “This could be a family dispute. We found that Vishal shifted to his in-laws house with his wife three months ago after a fight with Sunita. Later the couple started living separately without informing his mother.”