No evidence of a stolen child at Child train station

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Moradabad. Even after ten days, no evidence was found of the six-month-old child stolen from the Kotwali area, when four police teams were on duty. All teams are now empty-handed. Far from recovering the child, the police have not yet been able to collect such clues that could be used to find clues about the child thieves.
Pappu, a resident of Makrandpur, Bilari, lives with his wife and children on the roadside near Parker College Mor on Railway Station Road in the Kotwali area. On the night of July 11, Pappu slept with his wife Khushboo, a daughter Poonam and son Ayush, Kalua (6 months). When Pappu and his wife woke up late at 3 a.m., their six-month-old child Kalua was missing. They searched a lot for the child, but it was nowhere to be found.
A complaint was then filed after the police were informed. Four teams were formed by SSP Pawan Kumar to rescue the child, but even after ten days the police can be seen standing where they were on the first day. Even after interviewing dozens of people and scanning footage from more than fifty surveillance cameras, the police were unable to draw any conclusions. Deputy SP Indu Siddhartha said that police teams are trying to rescue the child. But so far no evidence has been found.

Moradabad. Even after ten days, no evidence was found of the six-month-old child stolen from the Kotwali area, when four police teams were on duty. All teams are now empty-handed. Far from recovering the child, the police have not yet been able to collect such clues that could be used to find clues about the child thieves.

Pappu, a resident of Makrandpur, Bilari, lives with his wife and children on the roadside near Parker College Mor on Railway Station Road in the Kotwali area. On the night of July 11, Pappu slept with his wife Khushboo, a daughter Poonam and son Ayush, Kalua (6 months). When Pappu and his wife woke up late at 3 a.m., their six-month-old child Kalua was missing. They searched a lot for the child, but it was nowhere to be found.

A complaint was then filed after the police were informed. Four teams were formed by SSP Pawan Kumar to rescue the child, but even after ten days the police can be seen standing where they were on the first day. Even after interviewing dozens of people and scanning footage from more than fifty surveillance cameras, the police were unable to draw any conclusions. The deputy SP Indu Siddhartha said that police teams are trying to rescue the child. But so far no evidence has been found.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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