Nation Crime 19 May 2018 Kerala: No leads on ...

Kerala: No leads on missing family still

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published May 19, 2018, 2:00 am IST
Updated May 19, 2018, 2:00 am IST
38-year-old Saudabi and her three daughters disappeared on April 30.
Representational image.
 Representational image.

MALAPPURAM: The Police investigation into the mysterious missing of a woman and her three daughters from Puliyamparamba near Karipur Airport has now zeroed in on pilgrim centres in other states.  Despite search operations being conducted in various parts of the state, the police have not yet got any lead in the ongoing  search for 38-year-old Saudabi and her three daughters including an 18-year-old who disappeared on April 30. 

The police have now decided to beef up search operations across various pilgrim centres after it recovered a letter believed to be written by Saudabi, which states that she underwent tremendous mental pressure and wanted to go to Ajmer in Rajasthan. Karipur Police said that they were keeping an eye on popular pilgrim centres in south India. After a complaint from Saudabi’s 21-year-old-son, a Police team was sent to Ajmer but returned last week after their search went futile. The Police have deployed its personnel at Dargahs in Erwadi in Tamil Nadu and Bheemapalli as well.

 

The Police have also examined CCTV footages collected from various places in Kondotty town and Kozhikode, Tirur, Feroke railway stations but failed to trace the four. The Police have also alerted all the airports in the state.  Saudabi’s husband, who was working in Saudi  Arabia has also come back to join the search for his missing wife and daughters.  The Police have  questioned several family members and a local  priest whom Saudabi used to consult.  The Police on Friday  has submitted an affidavit in the Kerala High Court  in connection with an habeas corpus petition filed by Saudabi’s husband. 

 

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Location: India, Kerala




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