Breaking India State Business Entertainment Biography Lifestyle

Alert on Bangladesh border over missing BSF lady constable from Gwalior, MP police goes to West Bengal

Nita Yadav

By Nita Yadav

Published on:

Both women BSF constables were last seen at Gwalior railway station.

The search for two women BSF constables has been intensified in Madhya Pradesh’s Gwalior. The search for two lady constables posted at BSF Academy Technpur Gwalior has now reached the West Bengal and Bangladesh border. An alert has also been issued for this. An SIT has also been formed to probe the matter. Along with the police, the SIT and BSF intelligence units are also busy searching for them. Bilua police station has also registered a case of kidnapping based on the complaint of the mother of the missing woman constable.

It is being reported that women constables Akanksha Nikhar and Shahana Khatoon went missing mysteriously on June 6. She left her mobile phone in the hostel room of BSF Academy. Akanksha is a resident of Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh while Shahana Khatoon is a resident of West Bengal.

They were seen together at Gwalior railway station

After receiving information from BSF, Bilua Police Station in Gwalior, when they checked, the last location of both was found at Gwalior Railway Station. Not only this, the pictures of both have been captured in the CCTV cameras installed in the Gwalior railway station premises. Investigation so far has revealed that both had taken a train from Gwalior to Delhi. She also withdrew money from an ATM in Delhi and then left for Kolkata. Reached Murshidabad from Kolkata.

Mother accused of kidnapping daughter

Both of them are on the post of Trainer (Coach) in the Assistant Training Center in the Academy from 2021. Meanwhile, Akanksha’s mother reached the police public hearing on Tuesday. where he accused Shahana Khatun, her elder sister and other family members of abducting their daughter. Mother has said that Akanksha’s life is in danger.

The MP Police team went to Bengal

In this whole matter Bilua police station has registered a case of kidnapping against Shahana Khatun, elder sister and her family on the complaint of missing woman constable Akanksha’s mother and a police team has been sent to Bengal. On the other hand SIT and BSF intelligence unit are also looking for Akanksha.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

Related Post

Leave a comment