No trace of abducted persons
THERE WAS no trace of the eight persons abducted yesterday from a passenger bus from Karahal area by bandit Gadaria gang even as the district Sheopur observed a bandh in protest against the abduction on the call of Congress party.Updated: Mar 30, 2006 14:03 IST
THERE WAS no trace of the eight persons abducted yesterday from a passenger bus from Karahal area by bandit Gadaria gang even as the district Sheopur observed a bandh in protest against the abduction on the call of Congress party.
The armed jawans of police are conducting search in Sheopur, Shivpuri and Gwalior districts. The administration is considering making security arrangements in the buses playing on Sheopur-Shivpuri routes.
The IG Police Sanjay Rana and Chambal DIG Arun Pratap Singh are camping in Sheopur. The police have taken some harbourers of the Gadaria gang in custody for questioning.
In another incident of abduction, four armed miscreants kidnapped a youth from village Patha under Dabra circle of district Gwalior. The police reached the sport and started investigation. It is learnt that the youth was kidnapped for ransom.
The local Member of Parliament Jyotiraditya Scindia talked to the MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan about the deteriorating situation of law and order situation and urged him to take concrete action for resolving the dacoit problem in Gwalior-Chambal division.
Scindia said that the law and order situation of the State is deteriorating day by day and the State Government has remained a silent spectator.
“Under such circumstances, if necessary, I would also take to the streets with the common people and fight against the deteriorating law and order situation in the State”, he added.
MP Tourism and Sports Minister Yashodhara Raje Scindia also visited the spot between the village Sasaipura in tehsils Karahal and collected information about the incident of kidnapping.
A group of traders of Shivpuri also approached her and demanded immediate action for the release of the kidnapped.According to sources, Ramhet Kushwah of village Patha in district Gwalior was sleeping in a cottage in his farm along with his mother and sister-in-law when some unidentified persons knocked the door and enquired about the whereabouts of a person.
They took Ramhet with him to guide them but Ramhet had not returned since then. In the morning the family members of Ramhet reported the matter to the Dabra police.
The SDOP Dabra and police station in charge reached the village Patha with police force. The police are investing the case.
First Published: Mar 30, 2006 14:03 IST