Three minor girls go missing in UP's Shahjahanpur
Three minor girls went missing in Shahjahanpur after they left home for school on Monday, with one of them carrying cash and clothes supposedly meant for a program at the institution, police said on Tuesday. Two of the girls are aged 15 and one is 10, Superintendent of Police S Anand said, adding that three teams have been formed to look into the matter.
The girls are from separate localities but same school: Police
The three girls are from separate localities in the Sadar area and study in the same school. Assistant Superintendent of Police (City) Praveen Kumar told PTI that one of them was carrying Rs. 2,500 and another had taken Rs. 2,700 and clothes with her. According to the police, one of the girls told her family that the clothes were for a program at school.
Police was informed after the girls did not return
Police was informed about the matter on Monday night when the girls did not return home, Kumar said. To recall, last month in the district, a BA second-year student of a college run by the Mumukshu Ashram of former Union Minister Swami Chinmayanand was found without clothes and severely burnt along a national highway.
Woman was allegedly set on fire after gangrape attempt failed
She had said in a statement before a magistrate that three people tried to rape her in a field near Rai Kheda village and when they did not succeed, they poured kerosene and set her on fire. Four people, including a female friend who had allegedly sent her to the field, were arrested from different places in the district.