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Two Delhi girls abducted in Rajasthan

Jaipur, Sep 24 (IANS) Two out of five girls from Delhi who had come to Rajasthan on a sightseeing tour were abducted by some youths in a vehicle on Monday night from a bus stop here, said police officials.

Sikar Udhyog Nagar SHO Virendra Sharma said that the five girls belonged to Delhi’s Uttam Nagar. They were on a tour to Sikar.

“After having dinner, they were waiting for a bus to Delhi, and were offered a lift by a few youths in an Innova who promised to drop them at a nearby bus stop at a bypass. The girls took the lift, however, a little ahead, three of them were pushed out of the car while two were abducted,” said the police officer.

One amongst the three girls who were pushed out from the running vehicle told reporters that the accused were trying to rob them of their mobiles and purses. She said that the two girls who were kidnapped hailed from Bengal and did not know Hindi.

The police set up road blockades and raided many places, but to no avail.

However, all the three girls gave different statements and have not got a case registered. The police is probing the matter, said Sharma.




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CanIndia New Wire Service

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