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Cops call bid to abduct minor boy a ‘misunderstanding’

The police described the incident in which a 12-yearold boy, Mukul Garg , complained to the cops he had been kidnapped as a “misunderstanding”. The boy, a student of Gurukul School in Sector 20, Panchkula, had earlier told the police some other boys travelling in a car had tried to abduct him outside his home in Sector 2 on Tuesday night.

chandigarh Updated: May 29, 2014 16:31 IST
HT Correspondent

The police described the incident in which a 12-yearold boy, Mukul Garg , complained to the cops he had been kidnapped as a “misunderstanding”. The boy, a student of Gurukul School in Sector 20, Panchkula, had earlier told the police some other boys travelling in a car had tried to abduct him outside his home in Sector 2 on Tuesday night.

After Mukul’s parents called up the police, a team led by assistant commissioner of police (ACP) Adarshdeep Singh went to the scene.

The boy, whose father runs a dental college in Raipur Rani in Panchkul a , said he had managed to note down the registration number of the Hyundai i20 car.

The police later located the car in which three boys, all below 18 were travelling. According to Mukul, they were moving around the street in the vehicle.

However, the boys claimed there was a heated argument after Mukul tried to obstruct their way.

“We got both sides to talk to each other and the matter has been resolved . No FIR was filed,” Panchkula Deputy Commissioner of police (DCP) Ashwin Shenvi stated at a press conference.

Panchkula, police, Gurukul School, assistant commissioner of police (ACP) Adarshdeep Singh went to the scene.

The boy, whose father runs a dental college in Raipur Rani in Panchkul a , said he had managed to note down the registration number of the Hyundai i20 car.