Kashmir Girl Goes Missing In Hyderabad, Family Alleges Kidnapping

Kashmir Girl Goes Missing In Hyderabad, Family Alleges Kidnapping

SRINAGAR: Chatrinaka police have registered a kidnapping case after a girl from Kashmir went missing.

According to newspaper The Times Of India, Shahina Begum, wife of Faroy Ahmed Shah, and resident of Limrah colony at Ghulam Murtaza Chowni, Falaknuma lodged a complaint with Chatrinaka police saying that on December 22 her daughter Naziya Bano went to a medical shop and did not return home.

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The distraught parents searched everywhere in the area. However, she was nowhere to be found.

The girl’s mother alleged that she was suspecting one person, Ismail Khan, a resident of Sai Nagar, Badi Masjid, behind the kidnapping.

Police have registered a case under section 363 (kidnapping) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

Shahina met DCP south zone and complained of inaction from Chatrinaka police.

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“We have been searching at all possible places in the area. Since the missing girl and the suspect are not using mobile phones, their whereabouts cannot be traced immediately,” said B Mahesh sub-inspector.

The distraught parents searched everywhere in the area. The girl’s mother alleged that she suspects one person, Ismail Khan, a resident of Badi Masjid, behind the kidnapping, reported The Times Of India.

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