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Rohit's friends and mother said that the man, Anil, had visited the missing boy many times in his black car
The UT Police are yet to trace the 17-year old boy, Rohit Chauhan, who studies at the Polytechnic College in Sector 26.
The boy has been missing since February 1. Rohit is a resident of Indira Colony, Manimajra. The police had questioned a person named Anil, a resident of Panchkula in connection with the case.
Rameshwari Chauhan, the mother of the missing boy, has alleged that the police is not making adequate efforts in the case to trace the missing boy.
Rohit had come in contact with Anil some time ago. Rohit's friends also confirm that Anil used visited the missing boy many times in his black-coloured car. However, Anil denied knowing the missing boy at all.
"If he does not know Rohit, how come Rohit's friends know his name and even the number of his car? He had even called on my number once to talk to Rohit," said Rameshewari.
Rohit did not return from his college on February 1 after he was sent by the college principal to buy chocolates and a medicine.
His mother looked for him at several places but was not able to find him. She then approached the police who registered a case in February 3 and started the probe into the case.
According to Rohit's friends, he had attended two lectures in the morning and at 11 am he went out with his friends to a tavern in Sector 27 for a birthday party of one of his classmates.
After he returned to college, he was summoned by the principal of the college, who scolded him for being in an intoxicated state.
Inspector SHO, Anokh Singh said, "We are trying our best and have also put the IMEI number of the mobile he had on surveillance."