Published On : Wed, Sep 24th, 2014

City records four kidnappings in 24 hours; three cases from Yashodhara Nagar alone

Nagpur: Four children, all within the age group of 9 and 13, went mysteriously missing on Monday andTuesday. Of the four kids, three kids came under the jurisdiction of Yashodhara police station while the other one belonged to Imambada police station jurisdiction.

In the first incident, a nine-year-old boy went missing while he was playing in front of his house on Monday. As per information, the nine-year-old son Sahil of Ranjana Vijay Raut was playing in front of his house at Indira Nagar, Jatatarodi no. 1 with other kids of the area. However, some unidentified people took him along with them and he went missing. On the basis of the complaint lodged by Ranjana, Imambada police have registered an offence of kidnapping under Sections 363 of the IPC.

The remaining three incidents took place under the jurisdiction of Yashodhara Nagar police station. As per details, the 10-year-old Bhola is the son of Sunita and Naresh Karade, residents of Shahu Mohalla.On Monday, his father sent Bhola for mobile phone recharge near Railway Crossing, Vrundavan Nagar slums. But, even after a long time, Bhola did not return home. Worried about his arrival, his parents started searching for him, but could not trace him. Finally, they lodged a complaint with Yashodhara Nagar Police Station. In a surprising manner, an 11-year-old girl from the neighbourhood of the same locality went missing since Tuesday morning. Sources have it that the 11-year-old girl, named Kapali, went out of house in the morning on Tuesday, but did not return. She is the daughter of Prabha Lakhekar.  Interestingly, Prabha is the neighbour of Sunita who’s son went missing just a day ago. Yashodhara Nagar police have registered both the cases and started their investigation. Cops said that connection with the two kidnappings could not be ruled out.

The last incident also took place under the jurisdiction of Yashodhara Nagar police station. It occurred on Tuesday evening. As per details, Sanjay Markhandeshwar Joshi’s 13-year-old son Ajay had to a cobbler on Tuesday. However, the boy did not return home after a long time which was alarming for his parents. They started searching for him but could not trace him. And, finally lodged a complaint with Yashodhara Nagar police in the evening. Cops have registered an offence under Sections 363 and kicked off with their investigations.