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Rewari's missing girls: Sangharsh Samiti give govt one month

Jan Sangharsh Samiti, Rewari, has issued a month's ultimatum to the state government to trace the two missing girls or be ready to face their wrath. A decision in this regard was taken during a meeting of office-bearers of the Samiti at Chimanwas village in the district on Wednesday.

india Updated: Jun 19, 2013 20:50 IST
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Jan Sangharsh Samiti, Rewari, has issued a month's ultimatum to the state government to trace the two missing girls or be ready to face their wrath. A decision in this regard was taken during a meeting of office-bearers of the Samiti at Chimanwas village in the district on Wednesday.

Slamming the police for their failure to trace the missing minor girls, identified as Parul (4) and Divya (7) in May, samiti member Rajinder Singh said, "If police and government fail to trace the girls, who were abducted from Rewari junction, by July 21, an agitation would be started in three nearby districts of Mahendergarh, Gurgaon, Jhajjar besides Rewari district."

Samiti leaders expressed anguish over the role of the police who have not been able to trace the missing girls even after a month.