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Youth thrashed for ?kidnapping? girl

MEMBERS OF the saffron brigade today bashed up one Sameer alias Kalimuddin resident of Mamta Colony, Khajrana as he was about to marry Bhavna resident of Indirastha Nagar, Musakheri area at the Arya Samaj temple in Bhagirathpura. According to information, Sameer had a thermocol factory at Musakheri where Bhavna and her friend Chhaya used to work.

india Updated: Apr 26, 2006 00:25 IST

MEMBERS OF the saffron brigade today bashed up one Sameer alias Kalimuddin resident of Mamta Colony, Khajrana as he was about to marry Bhavna resident of Indirastha Nagar, Musakheri area at the Arya Samaj temple in Bhagirathpura. According to information, Sameer had a thermocol factory at Musakheri where Bhavna and her friend Chhaya used to work.

Sameer did not reveal his real identity to Bhavna and they had an affair going. Yesterday, Bhavna’s younger brother was getting married and a dance programme was going on.

Both the girls went missing at around midnight, and even though the parents of the girls suspected that they had run away with Sameer, they lodged a missing persons report at the Sanyogitaganj police station.

The parents of the two girls also informed the members of the saffron brigade and they spread out keeping tabs in areas where young couples get married.

At around 4.30 pm they were spotted at the Arya Samaj temple in Bhagirathpura area and all three were caught and brought to the police post.

Here a large number of members of the saffron brigade had gathered and they bashed up Sameer, though police are now saying that the injuries occurred when he fought with the police.

In fact two of the cops on duty tried to prevent Sameer being bashed up and they sustained slight injuries. Meanwhile, a case of kidnapping was registered at the Sanyogitaganj police station against Sameer. The girls were handed over to their parents and Sameer is now in custody.