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Another bid to abduct students in city
SHILLONG: Two days after unknown miscreants’ unsuccessful bid to kidnap a student of Little Angel School in Mawbah, a similar attempt was made to abduct two students of the same school on Saturday.
According to sources, said that the victims — Diksha Sunar and Rajni Biswa — students of class VIII, were standing outside the school after their examination when two boys forcibly pushed them inside a car.
Altogether, there were four boys inside the car and they took the girls to Rilbong area. They also threatened to harm the girls if they make any noise, sources added.
The two young girls made good their escape from the car when the miscreants started taking alcohol near the jungle.
The duo first came to Barapathar and narrated the incident to the grandmother of one of the students. Later, the general secretary of CSWO Evangeline Thabah was approached in this connection.
A case has been registered in the Jhalupara police outpost.
It is suspected that the vehicle used for kidnapping was a brand new car without the registration number.
The girls told police that in the morning they saw one person wearing red T shirt standing near the school and later the same person abducted them as soon as they came out of the school after their examination.
Earlier, on Thursday, two unknown miscreants abducted the 12-year-old girl Mehak Banu from Mawbah area by telling her that he mother had called her and was waiting for her.
However, an alert person, who was riding a scooter, heard Mehak, the Class VI student of the School, screaming and immediately started to follow the car. The miscreants fled on seeing him leaving the girl at Upper Shillong.
Police refused to divulge anything in connection with the Saturday’s case since the matter was under investigation.
CCTV non-functional: The CSWO alleged that the CCTV installed at Jhalupara is out of order since April 27 and even the CCTV put up at MES point has remained non-functional. Police was supposed to check the CCTV footages to get more details about the kidnapping of Mehak Banu on Thursday.