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Posted at: Dec 7, 2018, 12:51 AM; last updated: Dec 7, 2018, 12:51 AM (IST)

DU student abducted, family claims getting threat calls

Tribune News Service
Gurugram, December 6

A 21-year-old DU student, a resident of Farrukhnagar area here, was allegedly abducted from outside her college (Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College in Delhi) on Monday. Family members claimed that they stayed away from police as they had received threat calls. However, when she did not return even after two days, the family approached the police who, according to the family, registered a FIR after much resistance.

According to the complaint filed by the father of girl, she is a student of second year in DU and had left home on Monday morning at 7:00 am. Though she was supposed to return by afternoon, she did not and a man called to say that she was in his custody and he had shot an obscene video of her. If they approached the police, he would make the video public and kill her, the caller threatened.

“When she didn’t come back even after a day, I called the police control room but they were not ready to listen. They insisted that as she had gone missing from Delhi, we should go to the Delhi police. We remained quiet and called our relatives for help. It was only on Wednesday, when villagers gathered and created pressure, that my complaint was recorded,” the girl’s father said.

Six teams formed to nab murder accused

The police have constituted six teams to nab the accused in the nambardar murder case.

Nambardar Sumer was shot dead by three assailants at IMT Chowk, Manesar, when he reached there on his scooty on Wednesday night.

A traffic policeman rushed Sumer to hospital, but neither he nor any eyewitness could give any clue about the accused.

The post-mortem report revealed that Sumer had got 10 bullet injuries with five bullets piercing his chest.

Sources said that Sumer was sitting with his brother when he got a call and left the place. The police were now reviewing his call records.

“We can’t reveal much as it will impact the investigation. We have formed six teams to nab the accused,” said ACP Dharamveer Singh.

Threatened to kill 

The family claims that a man called to say that the girl was in his custody and he had shot an obscene video of her. If they approached the police, he would make the video public and kill her.


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