Cop among 3 booked for abducting minor
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A local court sent a police constable and two others to two days in police remand on Monday after they were booked at the Sadar police station for allegedly abducting a minor girl of Sukhanwala village. The 16-year-old girl was found missing from her house on Sunday night and was allegedly forcibly taken away by constable Kulwinder Singh, Kuldeep Singh and another resident of Sukhanwala village.
The girl was recovered from Golewala village and was handed over to her parents. Police have so far registered a case of abduction against the trio. "Rape charges will be added if the medical report suggests sexual assault. It is yet to come," SHO Partap Singh said. Police said the girl was taken in the constable's car by the trio. The police personnel had only recently joined this job. The girl, a class IX student, was living with her maternal grandparents at Sukhanwala village.
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