Minor girl abducted in Delhi rescued from Uttarakhand – New Delhi News

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According to the official, on November 12 the daddy of the girl, a resident of Uttam Nagar in New Delhi got here to Mohan Garden police station and reported that his 16-12 months-previous minor daughter was lacking since 4.30 p.m. of the day.

The police instantly swung into motion and registered an FIR below part 363 of the Indian Penal Code.

“A probe into the matter was immediately launched. During the course of the investigation, all the mandatory details were flashed across the country and information was sent to NCRB, CBI as well as Doordarshan,” DCP (Dwarka) Shankar Choudhary mentioned.

In the meantime, it got here to note that an individual who was working at a close-by cellular store is the prime suspect in the case.

Technical surveillance was established on the recognized cellular numbers of the sufferer, buddies in addition to the suspected individuals. However, it didn’t fetch any clue.

“However, with the help of the Cyber Cell, Dwarka, the location of the victim as well as the accused was zeroed to Rudrapur, Uttarakhand,” the official mentioned.

A police staff was instantly despatched to Rudrapur and the kidnapped girl was rescued on November 18. The accused, recognized as Riyaz Ahamd, a resident of Uttar Pradesh was arrested.

The medical examination of the sufferer was carried out at Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital and her assertion below part 164 of the CrPC was recorded earlier than a neighborhood courtroom. After the assertion, part 6 of the POCSO Act was added in the case.

Crimes in opposition to ladies in the nationwide capital proceed to indicate an upward trajectory, in comparison with final 12 months’s knowledge.

So far (this 12 months), over 3000 ladies have been kidnapped in Delhi, elevating severe issues in regards to the security of ladies.

As per the information, 3,117 ladies have been kidnapped until now, far more than final 12 months’s 2,226 kidnappings in the primary 10 months.

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