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Social bodies join chorus for recovery of Neha

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  18 Jun 2017 12:00 AM GMT

FROM OUR Special Correspondent
Silchar, June 17: Even after the lapse of 13 days since the kidpping of Trisha, the 2 year old baby, and her recovery on the sixth day, there is no trace of her caretaker Neha Bagdi (19) yet. After the kidpping of Trisha from the Assam University campus, there has been mass outcry across Barak Valley for her recovery. The media, print, electronic and social, has joined the chorus for finding out Trisha. It was assumed or presumed that Neha Bagdi might have been a part of this game of kidpping. The circumstantial evidences and even the statement of one of the family members of Trisha lent credence to the belief that Neha too has been a victim of the design by miscreants.
Quite justifiably, social groups have now come together to press the administration and the police to find out Neha. It is also true that in tracing out Trisha, the role of the police has been of no consequence. Despite the claim of the ADGP Mukesh Agarwal, specially deputed by the Chief Minister to coordite the efforts, that all the entry and exit routes of this valley have been sealed, the miscreants could find sufficient hole to take Trisha all the way to Meghalaya and it were the watchful people who could identify Trisha while being taken to a saloon at Khelerihat for haircut to change her look and face and intimated the nearest police station of the area.
People have now begun to ask where is Neha? It is on this question for a poor girl that the social bodies like Forum for Social Harmony and Chorus have today hit the streets and mobilized citizens to join their demand for Neha’s immediate recovery. An impressive number of social activists and people joined the protest demonstration at the foot of the statue of Khudiram Bose and raised their voices, pressing the administration and police to find out Neha. Unless Neha is recovered, the intrigue and mystery behind the kidpping will remain unsolved. Demanding the recovery of Neha, her mother Mangla Bagdi filed an FIR at the police patrol post of Assam University. People of the Durgako area near the University and the home of Bagdis staged protest demonstration before the PP.

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