Two boys, toddler go missing in two separate incidents
Ghaziabad: A 17-year-old boy and his friend have been missing from home in police line area of Ghaziabad since Tuesday night, said police officials. Cops added that the boy, son of a head constable who has been posted as a driver of Ghaziabad senior Superintendent of police (SSP), had left home after he received call from one of his friends saying that he has been engaged into a fight with some persons. However, later both went untraceable.
According to report, Akshat Tomar, son of Head Constable Pawanveer Singh went out of his home on Tuesday evening saying that he is going to meet his friend Kunal. Akshat and Kunal are both students of class 11 in modern school in police lines Ghaziabad.
"On Tuesday evening, Akshat had received a call from Kunal who informed him that he had been held hostage by some persons after a fight broke out between them. Akshat went from home to rescue his friend but as he didn't return home, hours after he went, we began searching him but couldn't find. Akshat didn't carry any mobile phone with him while Kunal's phone is switched off. We also came to know that both of them had fight with some persons in Dasna area around a month ago and we suspect their involvement into the case," said Akshat's father Pawanveen singh.
Meanwhile police have registered a case into the matter while further investigations are underway. "Based on the complaint received, police have registered a non-conformance report (NCR) under relevant IPC sections while efforts are being made to trace the boy at earliest," a senior police officer of Ghaziabad police said.
In another similar incident, a six-month-old baby has been kidnapped from his house in Raj Nagar under area of Sahibabad police station. Parents have alleged two persons, including a woman, to have kidnapped their son.
According to police, the six-month-old baby is identified as Sher Singh and he was kidnapped on March 25. His father is an e-rickshaw driver while his mother works as a maid in nearby houses.
Santosh, Sher Singh's father said that he lives at a rented house in Raj Nagar area. "A couple had come to see another room at the house where I live in March 22. They met my family and went away. On the evening of March 25, when me and my wife were not at home, the same woman visited again and fled away after snatching my six-month-old boy from the hands of my seven year's old daughter," said Santosh.
Meanwhile police have registered a case under IPC Section of 363 (punishment for kidnapping) at Sahibabad police station. "A case has been registered while the CCTV footage of nearby area showed a man and woman on motorcycle along with the child. We are trying to identify the accused and are expecting to make a breakthrough soon," said J K Singh, SHO, Sahibabad.