Nine months after abduction, culprits nabbed but no clue of girl
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More than nine months after a girl was abducted, police have finally arrested four accused on Saturday but failed to get any clue about the girl. The abduction took place in March, 2012 but police took registered the case on December 12 after repeated complaints of the victim's mother.
The victim was a student of BCom at Lovely Professional University in Jalandhar but was abducted from Ludhiana. The police produced the accused before the court on Sunday and awarded one-day custody to the police.
The accused have been identified as Gagandeep, Kamaljit, Madanjeet and Amandeep Singh.
"I kept running pillar to post for nine months in police statations to register the case but it was not registered," said the mother of the victim.
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