Sometime later, by the sounds outside, she could understand that she was in a railway station. One of the men put down the sack and moved away, the other kept guard. But even so, the brave girl decided to grab the chance. Taking out the blade from her pencil box, she cut through the sack and shouted for help.
A railway police constable heard her cries and rescued her. “I don’t know who they were and what they wanted from me,” Puja later said.
The cops are equally in the dark. “Nothing can be said for certain before the inquiry is over. A case has been lodged and we have started an extensive probe,” said AK Singh, sub-divisional police officer, Giridih.