Four apprehended by Police in Tangla Minor Girl’s Kidnapping Case

Four apprehended in minor girl’s kidnapping case

A Correspondent

TANGLA, July 22: In a major success, Tangla Police have solved the kidnapping case of a minor girl who was missing since June 27. A team of Tangla Police, led by Tangla Traffic IC, Mukut Ali, apprehended four persons, including a village headman, from Bhetapara area under Hatigaon PS in Guwahati in the wee hours of Sunday. The persons have been identified as Gangapur village headman of Nalbari, Pahar Ulla (50), Bubul Ali (22), Ataur Rahman (23) and Bhana Ali (50). According to reports, a minor girl of Sastrapara under Tangla PS was abducted by Bubul Ali (22) and Ataur Rahman (23), both residents of Gangapur village under Mukalmua PS in Nalbari, from Tangla railway station.

The girl’s family members lodged a police complaint against the youths vide Tangla PS case no.104/18 under section 366 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Accordingly, a team of Tangla Police led by SI Pratap Nath and accompanied by the girl’s parents, reached Gangapur village in search of the minor girl on June 27. Surprisingly, the parents and the police team of Tangla and Mukalmua were confronted by the villagers in presence of the village headman, Pahar Ulla, who pelted stones on the police vehicle, forcing the police team to flee the scene. The accused persons and the minor girl will be produced in Udalguri district court on Sunday.