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Two stalkers arrested after minor sisters raise alarm

Two sisters in Pandav Nagar, studying in Class IV and Class V respectively, showed exemplary courageafter they raised an alarm to nab two stalkers who had been following them for some days. The cops arrested both the accused, who turned out to be taxi drivers.

The incident took place on Thursday from East Delhi's Pandav Nagar area, where the two minor girls noticed that they were being followed by two men when they were returning from school. The sisters soon realised that they were being stalked immediately paced up to their home.

After reaching home, they discussed the matter amongst each other first and later decided to narrate their ordeal to their parents. After the parents came were informed, they were shocked to know that their daughters were being stalked by strangers. Realising the seriousness of the matter, they went to the spot to find the stalkers.
"They use to wait outside the school and had once asked the girls their names. The girls got scared and ran away and later narrated the entire incident. We rushed to the spot but found nobody there," said the girl's uncle. The parents instructed the girls to scream if they even saw the stalkers again.

The next day, when school was over and the girls went on their way home, they again saw the two men waiting for them.

Instead of getting scared, the girls decided to challenge the stalkers. As it was day time, a lot of people were present at the spot. The two girls shouted and cried for help and the men got scared and tried to flee. However, many locals soon gathered at the spot, caught the two men and called the cops. The family of the girls was also informed.

"They were waiting with their cars. As the girls passed by, they tried to them. The girls raised an alarm and called for help," said the girls' uncle. "By the time we reached the spot, the public had already caught the accused," he added.

Soon, cops reached the spot and the two accused, after being identified by the girls, were arrested. "We have registered a case in the incident and have arrested the accused," said DCP East, Ombir Singh.
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