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Crime Patrol: 'Murdered' Jalaun sisters found alive in Ghaziabad (Episode 479, 480 on 7, 8 March 2015)


The Inside Story

Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh - Oct, 2016

Missing girls found alive, parents detained

Two sisters, aged 16 and 14, who were declared dead after their bodies were identified by family members, have been found alive in Ghaziabad. The girls were found along with two persons who have been accused of kidnapping and 'murdering' them. Their parents have been detained for giving wrong information. Bodies of two girls, packed in sacks, were found in Noon river under Dhamni bridge in Churkhi police station on October 4.

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. Several mobile numbers which were connected with the incident were put on surveillance after which the girls were recovered and the accused arrested.

Efforts are on to identify the girls, whose bodies were recovered from sacks, and samples of viscera have been sent for testing. Meanwhile, Samajwadi Party district president Surendra Singh Yadav has alleged that violent protests in the city were 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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