A Canadian national was reported missing in Sukma district of Chattisgarh on Tuesday. He was on a bicycle expedition and was travelling from Mumbai to Bastar. The investigation has been started by the police officials.
As per the police, he has been missing since Monday from Singamadgu village under Kistaram police station limits in Sukma.
On March 14, he went on a bicycle expedition and left Mumbai for Bastar and reached Sukma in South Bastar region on March 27.
He most likely went on the course from Bhadrachalam in Telangana to achieve Kistaram in Sukma where he was spotted for the last time, a cop said.
Police propelled a scan for him not long after in the wake of accepting a GPS alarm from the cyclist.
“We just have data about a Canadian national named John Szlazak being seen in South Sukma territory yesterday.We are attempting to confirm the truths,” Inspector General of Police (in-control) Bastar Range Sundarraj P disclosed.
“Simply in the wake of building up contact with the remote national, we would have the capacity to state whether he was snatched by somebody or he lost his direction,” he included.
Additionally, the police is gathering data with respect to his personality and how he arranged his agenda from Mumbai to Bastar. Additionally subtle elements are anticipated.