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    Published On : Fri, Dec 4th, 2015

    Missing siblings from Jaripatka found dead in Chhapara (MP)

    missingNagpur: Siblings from a Muslim family of Jaripatka locality here in the city, reported to be mysteriously missing from their home were found dead at a river in Chhapara under Seoni district of Madhya Pradesh.

    It was known after six days since their missing, assumed to be kidnapped, and the motive behind commission of such a gruesome crime is not yet known, says the Jaripatka police, which is interrogating their relatives as a part of investigation.

    The siblings are identified as Akbari Khatun Mohd Iliyas Ansari, a 14-year-old sister and Noorain Mohd Iliyas Ansari, a 10-year-old brother, both residents of Kamgar Nagar, Nari Road, Jaripatka, Nagpur. It was November 27, both the children had gone to Tajabad with their relative Subhan Khan, but thereafter they did not return home. For the time being their parents thought that their children must be safe with Subhan. But as about 3 days passed they became worried and started a search for them.

    Then they lodged a complaint with Jaripatka police station about missing of their children. Accidentally the bodies of both the children were found at a river Chhapara under Seoni district (MP) on November 29. As the identity of bodies could be ascertained the Chhapara police registered a case, made panchanama and got the bodies buried.

    Meanwhile the worried parent Mohd Iliyas, father of children, kept on building pressure on Jaripatka police and also informed his relatives at Seoni, Chhapara and other places. It was during this course of frantic and desperate hunt, the Chhapara police came to know and admitted that two bodies were found at river Wainganga and they were just buried after police formalities. Chhapara police then informed Jaripatka police. The parents of children were taken to Chhapara where they identified their bodies.

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