38 Females Abducted From Rajasthan Over Bike Theft, Police Officers Saved Them
Cops stated case filed against some 100 people for kidnapping and rioting (Representational)
In a case of mass kidnapping, a group of over 100 individuals from a town in Madhya Pradesh presumably abducted 38 tribal females and children from Rajasthan on suspicion that their men were involved in stealing bikes, the cops stated on Thursday.
The Rajasthan Authorities, nevertheless, handled to release the females and children from Madhya Pradesh within hours and apprehended six of the alleged kidnappers. Defense and the automobiles used in the kidnapping have been taken, the police said.
The occurrence taken place in Rajasthan’s Jhalwar district. The accused are from Ratlam district in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan Authorities officer Bhanwar Singh stated.
Mr Singh said several families of the Kanjar tribe reside in makeshifts camping tents at the interstate border under his police headquarters location. They are often believed to be included in criminal activities in the location by residents, he included.
The justification for the mass kidnapping was the theft of a bike of a person from neighbouring Ratlam district, the policeman said.
Following the theft, over 100 guys of village Kalasiya, armed with guns, iron rods and lathis, reached Bamandevriya and Hajdia towns, where the people lived, in a bus, a cars and truck and a number of motorcycles, said Mr Singh.
They surrounded the makeshift tents of the people and attempted to round up the men, who they implicated of stealing bikes, the policeman stated. However, no man was seen at the village at that time. The men who came from Madhya Pradesh then the 38 females and children into a bus and sped towards their village in Madhya Pradesh, said Mr Singh.
The cops on finding out about the occurrence formed a team and went after the speeding bus. The bus chauffeur and the kidnappers dropped the females on a roadway in Madhya Pradesh prior to they could reach their village.
The police said a case has actually been submitted against some 100 people for kidnapping and rioting, among other charges.
The operation to save the abducted ladies was guided by Extra Superintended of Authorities Rajesh Yadav and Deputy SP Brijmohan Meena.
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