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Two sisters, who were declared dead after their bodies being identified by family members, have been found alive in Ghaziabad, following which the police have detained their parents.

The two girls, aged 16 and 14, were found in Ghaziabad yesterday along with two persons --Gaurav Chaturvedi and Atul Gupta, police said.

Chaturvedi and Gupta have been accused of kidnapping and 'murdering' them, Superintendent of Police Sunil Kumar Saxena said.

The girls have been sent for medical examination, he said.
Their parents, Bhure Shukla and Hemlata Shukla, have been detained for giving wrong information, the SP said.

Bodies of two girls, packed in sacks, were found in Noon river under Dhamni bridge in Churkhi police station on October 4. The family members had identified the badly decomposed bodies as their daughters.A day later, agitated locals went on a rampage in Orai town and indulged in brick-batting in which nine persons, including five policemen, were injured.

While the family members alleged that the girls were kidnapped on September 22, police claimed they had eloped on the same night.

Family members had kept the bodies at Machchar crossing and accused police of shielding the accused.

Subsequently, four policemen, including in-charge of Kuthaund Praveen Yadav, inspector Santosh Kumar posted at Orai police station, SO Dhaniram Bhaskar and Prem Sagar were suspended, besides SP Rakesh Shanker was removed.

On October 6, the state government had suspended former SP Rakesh Shanker.
Several mobile numbers which were connected with the incident were put on surveillance after which the girls were recovered and the accused arrested, SP Saxena said.
Efforts are on to identify the girls, whose bodies were recovered from sacks, he said adding, samples of viscera have been sent for testing.

Meanwhile, Samajwadi Party district president Surendra Singh Yadav has alleged that violent protest in the city was a "well-planned strategy of BJP, Bajrang Dal, VHP and RSS."

He said that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav would be given full information about the incident.

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Bodies of 'missing' sisters found in river

Lucknow, Oct 5, 2014:
Tension prevailed in Orai town, about 200 km from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, when a mob clashed with the police on Sunday after bodies of two sisters, who had “gone missing” a few days ago, were recovered from a river.

The police on Saturday recovered the bodies of the girls, Neelam, 17, and Kamini, 15, (names changed), stuffed in two sacks from the river Noon under the Dhamni bridge. The police said the girls gave their mother a drink laced with sedatives and eloped with two youths last month.

However, their family had filed a complaint against Gaurav Dixit, a married man with whom, as the police said, the elder sister was in love. The girls’ father accused Dixit of kidnapping and murdering them.

The police suspect involvement of more than one person, as the “sacks were sewed properly and heavy stones had been stuffed in them so that they didn’t float.”

Case registered

A case has been registered against Dixit and six others who have been absconding, the police added.

On Sunday, the enraged members of the girls’ family and others staged a protest, blocking traffic on the national highway.

As the protesters pelted the police personnel with stones, the police resorted to lathi charge and used water canons to disperse them. Over two dozen people have been taken into custody in this connection.

The State government has suspended SP Rakesh Shankar, station house officer Kataundh, an inspector attached with the Orai police station and two constables.

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