NIZAMABAD: A four-month-old infant who had been abducted three months ago was restored to her mother on Thursday in Armoor.
Gandham Sumalatha was sleeping with her newly born baby at her side at her home near Classic Function Hall on June 15. The baby went missing around midnight. The mother lodged a complaint with the Armoor police.
Special teams of the police traced the baby to a woman who was offering to sell a baby in Metpally town.
Police brought Sumalatha to Metpally to identify the baby. Sumalatha and the alleged kidnapper, Ganga Jyothi of Kadem, both claimed the infant as their daughter. Unable to settle the issue, the police shifted the infant to Sishu Gruha in Karimnagar and Ganga Jyothi was put in Swadhar Home. After a few days, Ganga Jyothi ran away from Swadhar Home. Police sent blood samples of Sumalatha and baby girl for DNA testing. The report was in Sumalatha’s favour, and the cops handed over the baby to her.
“I experienced untold misery for the last three months,” Sumalatha said. She thanked police officials for their dedicated efforts in reuniting her with her daughter....