Three students of a reputed Patna school, influenced by a movie left home apparently to catch underworld don Dawood Ibrahim. They got the idea after watching Bollywood film D-Day, police said.
The three students of class nine returned after staying in Kolkata for a couple of days.
When they did not return from school on Friday, their parents approached Digha police station. Police spoke to the school administration and learnt they had not been doing well in studies and used to skip classes. As police intensified the search, two of them returned to Patna on Sunday. The “missing” boy returned a day later.
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Patna Senior Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj told The Indian Express: “The three told police they wanted to earn a fast buck by catching Dawood and handing him over to the Government of India. One of the boys had watched D-Day a month ago and came up with the idea”.
The SSP said the three did an Internet search and got a map of a house describing it as the house where Dawood lived. The three wanted to take the help of JD(U) Mokama legislator Anant Singh but could not meet the MLA, said the SSP adding that one of the boys claimed his grandmother lived in Karachi and hence they would not have to worry about accommodation. They did not have any idea of needing a passport and visa to reach Pakistan.
Maharaj said police had not registered any case against the three and handed them over to their parents.