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Cops yet to crack case of missing girl

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | DC CORRESPONDENT
Published Jul 31, 2022, 11:55 pm IST
Updated Aug 1, 2022, 7:42 am IST
The police, however, said they are perplexed as the girl was not being forced in any part of the footage and she was seen travelling wilfully with Madhu. — Representational Imageg/DC
 The police, however, said they are perplexed as the girl was not being forced in any part of the footage and she was seen travelling wilfully with Madhu. — Representational Imageg/DC

Warangal: The police are scrambling to crack the case of the disappearance of a class 10 student, who was allegedly abducted by her brother-in-law, for over 20 days in Kazipet of Hanumakonda district.

As the girl did not return home from school on July 7, the girl’s parents went to the police. They alleged that their son-in-law, identified as Madhu, was threatening them as he was spotted holding a knife to the girl’s neck in a video clip.
In the course of the investigation, circle inspector Mahendar said that Madhu had picked up the girl from her school and headed for Hyderabad, as per the CCTV camera recordings picked up from the toll gates of the national highway in Warangal and Hyderabad.

The police, however, said they are perplexed as the girl was not being forced in any part of the footage and she was seen travelling wilfully with Madhu.

During the probe, the police searched Madhu’s friends' residences, when they came across the girl’s bag in a residence of a person identified as Raju. However, the interrogation of Raju did not provide any clue.

The police said that Madhu’s phone had been switched off since July 7, when he picked up the girl.

Meanwhile, people’s organisations in Kazipet were on the police’s case as they failed to make a substantial breakthrough in the case.

CI Mahendar told Deccan Chronicle that they were putting all their efforts to trace the missing girl. “The girl’s parents, instead of helping us, are trying to exert pressure on us by approaching local organisations,” he said.

Mahendar said that they have informed all relatives to keep a watch for a message from the girl as she may try to contact them if she was forcefully taken away.

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Location: India, Telangana




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