In 5th Case Of Abduction In Fortnight, Police Recovers Abducted Girl

Srinagar: In a fifth incident of its kind in past two weeks, police on Wednesday said it recovered an abducted girl in south KashmirÂ’s Anantnag district and arrested the abductor.

A police official said that police post Utrsoo received a written complaint from one  person that his daughter (name withheld) was kidnapped by one person namely Amir Ahmad Wagay son of Ghulam Mohd Wagay  resident of Dethu Mattan. On this information Police Post Utrsoo lodged a report and investigation was set into motion, he said.

Police recovered the girl and arrested the accused from District Reasi of Jammu Division, the official said, adding that after completion of legal formalities the girl was handed over to her family members. A case FIR number 15/2017 under section 363/ RPC was registered in Police Post Utrsoo and investigation was taken up, he added.

Only yesterday, police cops Kokernag had recovered a woman from the kidnapper in Aabhama area of Pulwama district. A case FIR number 31/2017 under section 363/ RPC stands registered in Police Station Kokernag against the accused.

On March 13, police in Ashmuqam had recovered an abducted girl from a kidnapper at Halpora, Vailoo in Kokernag and arrested the accused involved in the crime. A case FIR number 10/2017 under section 363/RPC stands registered against the accused in Police Station Ashmuqam.

On March 5, police cops from Kokernag recovered an abducted girl from Shangus, Achabal and also arrested the accused abductor. A case FIR number 27/2017 under section 363/ RPC stands registered in Police Station Kokernag.

Earlier on March 4, police from Srigufwara Bijbehara had recovered a girl from Paden Srigufwara and also arrested the accused. A case FIR number 07/2017 under section 363/ RPC stands registered in Police Station Srigufwara. 

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