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Mathura: Kidnapping of 9-year-old child on his way to tuition, two brothers fight each other… Who is the kidnapper?

Nita Yadav

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Abduction of a nine-year-old child

The crime graph is increasing these days in Mathura, the city of Sri Krishna. The constant incidents in the city are a matter of concern. The city has been rocked by incidents of beatings, robberies and kidnappings. The latest case is that of Sonai of Rai village near Mathura where a child abduction was reported. A sensation has been created in the village after the incident.

After the disappearance of the child, the family members are in a bad condition and are crying. The family has also appealed to the police for help. On Wednesday morning, the student, who had left home for tuition, went missing from Sonai Road in Vichpuri area of ​​the police station. When the child did not return home for a long time, the family became worried and started searching around. When no trace of the child was found, passers-by in the village said that the soldier’s elder brother Om Sharan, Bablu and two or three others had forcibly taken the child away.

Arjun is nine years old

The child made a lot of noise but the accused did not let him go. The child’s mother informed the police about this and said that nine-year-old Arjun is a fourth-grade student. Left home for tuition at 6:00 am on Wednesday. As soon as the information about the incident was received, the police convoy reached the spot. Inspector Ashok Kumar, in-charge of the police station investigating the case, said that there was a family dispute between these people.

My own uncle kidnapped me.

There is a dispute between the two brothers regarding land and property. Sainik’s brother Om Sharan claims that the child being abducted is his own. Because of the feud, the soldier’s older brother repeatedly asks for his child, which they do not return. The victim’s mother has filed a registered complaint against brother-in-law Om Sharan, Bablu and three others, demanding safe recovery of the child and strict action against the culprits. Ashok Kumar, in-charge of the police station, said that an investigation is being conducted based on the victim’s complaint. Action will be taken based on whatever facts emerge.

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.

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