Three abducted girls released in Jharkhand's Khunti

The girls, who were abducted by three ultras belonging to the People Liberation From of India, were released in the wee hours yesterday,

Published: 08th May 2018 12:28 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th May 2018 12:28 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

KHUNTI: Three minor girls, who were abducted allegedly by PLFI ultras last month from Khunti Toli area, were released, the police said.

The girls, released in the wee hours yesterday, were abducted by three ultras belonging to the People Liberation From of India (PLFI) when they had gone along with friends to the area for a birthday party on April 14.

The girls were lured inside the nearby Kulburu jungle by three PLFI ultras, the police said in a statement.

As the families of the girls had lodged complaint with the Khunti police station on April 21 accusing one Sanjay Odeya, police swung into action and arrested him.

In view of the continuous raids, the three girls were released by the ultras at around 3.00 am in the same place, it said.

 

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