By Manoj Rijal, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA:- A Nepali student enrolled in Drew University, Madison, New Jersey has gone missing in New York-New Jersey area since Tuesday, January 19, 2021 and his whereabouts are not yet known for the 12th consecutive day.
The University reported Sah missing on Friday, January 22, 2021 to the Madison Police Department, which is actively looking for his whereabouts.
Sah was 22 and used to live near the university in Madison. Sah’s brother Shiva Sah, who used to live in Texas, flew to New York to find out his brother, but ended up finding a note on a table in Ajay’s residence.
“I love you mummy,” Ajay said in his final note before he went missing.
Ajay used to talk with his mother back in Nepal everyday. With an ancestral home in Siraha district of Province 2, Ajay’s family had then moved to Kirtipur in Kathmandu.
Ajay’s brother Shiva found a second note in a trash bin, in which Ajay said “it was time for him to do something.”
The CCTV footage of January 19 night around 12 o’clock showed Ajay reaching to Penn Station in midtown Manhattan in New York from New Jersey. Once he exited the Penn Station, his further footage have not been found.
Ajay’s google search result in his computer showed that he searched for Fort Washington Park and even looked for an exact location of the park, which is located in upper Manhattan in New York City by the side of Hudson River.
In his several posts in social media, Ajay’s brother Shiva, along with some Nepali social workers, have urged all to help find the whereabouts of Ajay, whose missing incident has already been reported to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
“It is my humble request to everyone to please help us find our missing brother Ajay. Let’s talk about how to find Ajay, instead of posting likes and comments only,” Shiva posted in a social platform of Nepalis based in New York.
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