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Complaints of missing children converted to FIRs

The Salem Tabri police registered seven cases of kidnapping which were pending for long.

By: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: December 22, 2014 7:33:57 am

To clear the backlog of complaints of missing children, the Ludhiana police converted complaints of missing children into FIRs and registered 50 FIRs on Friday and Saturday. Of these, 31 cases were registered on Friday while the rest on Saturday. Quick action was taken as the Supreme court of India had asked all the state governments to submit reply about the investigations in the cases of missing children.

Similar is the trend even in other districts of Punjab as well.

Most cases were registered against unidentified persons and the complaints were pending for many months. The FIRs are being registered with kidnapping charges against unidentified persons.

Ahead of the Supreme Court hearing Police division number 3 has registered a case of kidnapping against unidentified accused for kidnapping Vinod Kumar,16, of Vijay Nagar. Vinod is missing since March 29, 2013.

Similarly, division number 7 police registered a case of kidnapping of Vikas,12, of Hargobindpura who was missing since May 9.

The Salem Tabri police registered seven cases of kidnapping which were pending for long.

Sahnewal Police station has registered a case of kidnapping  of Golu, 11, of Dhandhari Khurd who was missing since November 25, 2014.

Daba police station registered an FIR against unidentified persons with kidnapping charges of Prince, 13, who is missing since June 27.

Interestingly, police have made no progress in these cases till date.

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