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picked up a child… went from town to town to sell, could not find a customer so was preparing for murder; This is how the police saved lives

Nita Yadav

By Nita Yadav

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Human trafficking… is a crime in which it is almost impossible to trace the children caught in its trap. Neither the children nor the kidnappers have been found. The criminals who arrest and sell these children are often people close to the children. Sometimes on the pretext of getting them a job, sometimes in some other way, these people trap the children and after kidnapping the young children, these criminals either sell them to someone or beg for money. Many times they are also exploited or their organs are trafficked.

This horrible trap has spread in India to such an extent that it is hard to believe people. One such case has come to light from UP’s Etawah, where a two-year-old child went missing three days ago. During the investigation, the police came to know that a woman living as a tenant had abducted her landlord’s two-year-old child. Police have arrested two women in this case.

There was a plan to kill the child

It is alleged that these women first kidnapped their landlord’s child and then tried to sell him. For this, these women went to many states, but the matter did not come out in any state. When the child could not be sold, they began a plan to kill the child and dispose of the body. But in time the police pulled the child out safely.

The women wanted to sell the child

When the police arrested the two women who kidnapped the child, they gave a lot of important information after being caught. The women said they wanted to sell the baby. For this she traveled to many states. In three days, the women took the baby girl from Agra, Noida, Haryana to Fatehabad. But no one was ready to buy the bike anywhere. For this reason, they planned to kill the child to get rid of it. But both were caught before the child was killed and the body was disposed of.

The readiness of the police did wonders

There was a lot of pressure on the police to solve the case due to media pressure. Finally, after three days of efforts, the police recovered the abducted child from Bhind in Madhya Pradesh. The SSP offered a reward of Rs 25,000 to the team that safely evacuates the child. This in itself is a major breakthrough for the police as often in such cases neither the children nor their abductors are found. But this time the police showed readiness and found the girl with her family within three days.

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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