Police recover girls missing from Jeevan Jyoti Home

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Police recover girls missing from Jeevan Jyoti Home

Tuesday, 09 April 2024 | PNS | INDORE

Taking the cases of kidnapped/missing boys/girls in Indore city on priority, Police Commissioner, Urban Indore,  Rakesh Gupta and Additional Commissioner of Police, Urban Indore,  Amit Singh directed  the all the police stations to take immediate legal action and search for effective action. .In line with the above instructions, police station Rau has succeeded in arresting two minor girls and also catching the kidnapper.

On March 25, 2024, the superintendent of Jeevan Jyoti Girls Home Ashram Labor Colony Rau, Seema Gupta,  came to the police station rau and reported that two minor girls have gone missing from our Girls Home since the morning of 25.03.2024, It is suspected that some unknown person has lured both the minor girls and kidnapped them. On the report of the complainant, 2 crimes under section 363 of the Indian Penal Code were registered and taken up for investigation.

Taking seriously the incident of disappearance of girls from the ashram, DCP Zone

1 Urban Indore  Vinod Kumar Meena formed a team of Rau Police Station under the direction of ADCP  Alok Sharma and ACP Ganghinagar Rubina Mijwani.

Keeping in mind the sensitivity of the said case, the team under the leadership of police station in-charge Rau Rajpal Singh Rathore identified the girls based on the tip of informers and  On which it was found that one of the two missing minor girls was lured away and taken away by Ajit Damor alias Alice, aged 21 years, of Village Kundla, District Jhabua.

He is registered and the suspect is continuously hiding his presence since the date of the incident and is living at different places. On suspicion and on the basis of technical investigation, after raiding the premises of the suspect, both the girls were arrested from the rented room of accused Ajit in Meghnagar Naka, Jhabua. On the basis of the statements of the girls, in crime number 207/2024, 366.344 IPC and 17 /18 Section of POCSO Act was increased and section 366.344 of Indian Penal Code was increased in crime number 206/2024. 17/18 POCSO Act was increased. Accused Alice was arrested in both the cases, against whom advance legal action was taken on the basis of investigation.

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