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Narwana missing children case; body of fourth child found in Agroha

The police have found the body of an 8-year-old girl, who was allegedly kidnapped on August 8, from Agroha town of Hisar district on Tuesday. Saloni was a resident of Narwana city of Jind district.

india Updated: Aug 13, 2013 21:35 IST
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The police have found the body of an 8-year-old girl, who was allegedly kidnapped on August 8, from Agroha town of Hisar district on Tuesday. Saloni was a resident of Narwana city of Jind district.

On August 8, four children - Saloni, 8, Shivani,7, Vikas, 5, Aman Kumari, 4, of Bhagat Singh colony of Narwana had gone missing while they playing outside their house. The bodies of Aman, Shivani and Vikas were recovered earlier last week.

With this development, several rumors started are doing the rounds, some of them hinted the involvement of kin's of deceased, while other termed it a handiwork of families who were holding grudge against victim's families.

Narwana city, station house officer, Kulwant Bishnoi said: "Police is investigating the case from different angles and soon we would come with the strong evidence against the accused responsible for killing the four children".

Talking to Hindustan Times, Jind SP Balwan Singh said: "We have deputed six police teams headed by two DSP rank officials from different angles". On any clue regarding the killing, he said:

"Some of things are very clear in the case. First, children were not kidnapped by any professional gang for seeking ransom money, second, it also doesn't seem to be the work of any prostitution racket, which kidnap children for trafficking".

He said: "We are working on some vital clues like the place from where these children were kidnapped is a happening place and anyone very close to the family seems to have coaxed them to go with them". He hoped that the case would be cracked within next two days.