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Published: 30th September 2015 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th September 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM :  With the missing of Aditi turning out mysterious with each passing day, city police Commissioner Amit Garg has formed a special team comprising four police personnel led by Padmanabham Inspector Kantha Rao, which has started investigation Tuesday. The Navy officials claimed that no body has reached the shore while the best efforts of municipal workers yielded no results so far.

The team recreated the series of events leading up to and beyond the disappearance of Aditi. Visiting all the spots, including the incident spot at HB colony where Aditi vanished, the team checked various points of the drainage canal till Chakaligedda area, where it joins the sea. Sources said that the police interrogated some people near the slums near the canals.

Police sources say that they have already obtained the call data of the driver and a few other suspects. The police are also investigating from all angles including possible rivalries and family conflicts, though Aditi’s father Srinivas told newsmen earlier that he had no rivals.

Meanwhile, the search operations in the beach continued on Tuesday.

Facebook Page Gaining Popularity

The Facebook page ‘Finding Aditi-Missing in Visakhapatnam since September 24’, which has been created Monday, has been gaining popularity with people from many parts of the country sharing the posts and expressing concern over the incident. In a span of just 36 hours, the page is being followed by more than 2,400 netizens from many parts of the country.

The administrator, a close relative of Aditi, has posted complete details about the incident, and has listed specific contact numbers and e-mail IDs on which people can contact if they have any information related to the missing girl.

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