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An Appeal for An Australian Boy Missing in Uttarakhand  

Dosto,

We have received a mail from Mr Ryan’s father from Australia who is reportedly missing since 2005. He was last seen in Rishikesh where he had come to learn Yoga.



We are sending here the website made by his father for search. In case anybody has any clue about him, you can inform his parent the mail.

http://www.ryanchambers.in/ABOUT


Regards,

M S Mehta

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As per Ryan Father' he was seen last in Rishikesh.


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Dear Members,

This is the video has been provided by Ryan's father. If anybody has any information about him, please inform his father or give us the information so that we can pass message to him.



More information.

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 बेटे की तलाश में भारत पहुंचा आस्ट्रेलियन दंपत्ति     Aug 25, 02:26 am   बताएं            देहरादून, जागरण संवाददाता: छह साल बाद भी लापता बेटे रियान का कोई सुराग नहीं मिला, लेकिन मां-बाप ने अभी भी आस नहीं छोड़ी है। उन्होंने विश्वास है कि सांस्कृतिक विविधता वाले इस देश में उनका बेटा जहां भी होगा, सुरक्षित होगा और एक न एक दिन उनके पास लौट आएगा। यही वजह है कि बेटे की तलाश एक बार फिर उन्हें सात समंदर पार से भारत खींच लाई है।
आस्ट्रेलियन दंपत्ति जॉक चैंबर्स व डायना का 27 वर्षीय पुत्र रियान चैंबर्स अगस्त 2005 में भारत आया था। श्री चैंबर्स के अनुसार 24 अगस्त 2005 को वह ऋषिकेश के एक आश्रम से लापता हो गया। उसका पर्स, पासपोर्ट व बैग आश्रम के कमरे से बरामद हुआ। इस बावत ऋषिकेश में गुमशुदगी भी दर्ज कराई गई, लेकिन आज तक रियान के बारे में कोई सूचना नहीं मिली।
राजधानी के एक रेस्टोरेंट में इस आस्ट्रेलियन दंपत्ति ने पत्रकारों को बताया कि बेटे की खोज में वह तीसरी बार भारत आए हैं। इस बार वे हिमाचल प्रदेश, मध्य प्रदेश, गोवा, चेन्नई व महाराष्ट्र का दौरा कर वहां की पुलिस से सहयोग मांगेंगे। उन्होंने बताया कि आज तक उन्हें इस संबंध में कोई सूचना नहीं मिली है। लिहाजा अब वे उत्तराखंड की गवर्नर मार्ग्रेट आल्वा से भी मुलाकात करेंगे।
बेटे को गुम हुए भले ही छह साल हो गए हों, लेकिन चैंबर्स दंपत्ति की आस जिंदा है। मिसेज डायना के अनुसार अगर रियान आस्ट्रेलिया में गुम होता तो अब तक वह आस छोड़ चुके होते, लेकिन भारत सांस्कृतिक विविधताओं का देश है। यहां की संस्कृति में रमकर रियान भले ही उन्हें भूल गया हो, लेकिन वह जहां भी होगा सुरक्षित होगा। आस्ट्रेलियन दंपत्ति यह मानने को कतई तैयार नहीं कि रियान को किसी ने नुकसान पहुंचाया होगा।
 
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दोस्तों...

मै इस लड़के के पिताजी को facebook में मिला हुनोने ये रेकुएस्ट हमें भेजी थी जिसे हमने २००९ में अपने फोरम में पोस्ट कर दिया था!  आज अपने बेटे के तलाश में ये दम्पति भारत में आ गए है!

आप सभी लोगो से अनुरोध है, अगर आप लोगो को किसी को भी उनके लड़के बारे में जानकारी है तो, कृपया

उनके ईमेल या हमारे बता दे ताकि इस लोगो को अपने बेटे से मिलाया जा सके!




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Six-year search for son
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Jock and Dianne Chambers with a picture of son Ryan, who went missing in Hrishikesh in 2005
Lucknow, Aug. 24: An Australian couple have returned to India for the third time to resume the search for their missing son who disappeared exactly six years ago from the holy town of Hrishikesh.
Jock Chambers and his wife Dianne arrived yesterday, apparently after being told by some well-wishers that their son Ryan had been spotted in the country.
A couple of years back, some family friends had told them they had seen someone like Ryan in Goa. However, no confirmation has come from Goa police.
Ryan, who was 21 when he disappeared on the morning of August 24, 2005, from an ashram, had stayed in the pilgrim town by the Ganga for two weeks, learnt yoga and met several sadhus.
What might have given the couple some hope is a sentence they recently came across in their son’s diary. “If I am gone, I am not dead, I have gone to free my mind...” the words read.
Jock, 58, said they had come on a journey of hope, though confirmation was never possible about the “supposed” sightings. “We are realistic, but miracles do happen,” he said.
“Had my son disappeared from Australia for such a long period, I would have lost all hope,” added Dianne, 55. “But the culture of India to adopt outsiders makes me believe that my son is alive and is somewhere in India.”
The couple, who met the media today, have another son.
A police officer in Hrishikesh said Ryan, who was studying in a college in Australia, was wearing only shorts when he left the ashram on August 24. “He left his belongings, cash, phone and passport. We have not heard from him since.”
Dehra Dun police superintendent G.S. Martolia said a special investigation team had been set up by Uttarakhand police, but the search remained inconclusive.
Dianne and Jock, who are visiting India for the fourth time, will knock on dharamshalas and ashrams that dot the banks of the Ganga in both Hrishikesh and Hardwar. The couple today met Uttarakhand governor Margaret Alva and senior police and government officials.
They plan to visit Indore, Badrinath, Pune, Goa, Shimla, Kullu, Manali and possibly also Chennai during their 10-day search.
Jock said Ryan had called up his home in Australia on the evening of August 23, 2005, to say he was ready to return as he had “seen everything I wanted”.
“Today is the sixth anniversary…. We miss him badly,” said the sobbing father.
In December last year, the parents of a 20-year-old Japanese university student, Kota Shinozaki, returned to India for the second time to look for their lost son, but returned empty-handed. http://www.telegraphindia.com/1110825/jsp/frontpage/story_14422044.jsp[/td][/tr][/table]

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People must help Mr Chambers to find his son.


 

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