In a series of tweets, Sonowal denounced the abduction of ONGC employees Mohini Mohan Gogoi, Alakesh Saikia and Ritul Saikia from an oilfield in Sivasagar district.
Cyberabad police on Monday rescued the two-month-old child Syed Hana Ali and arrested his father Syed Hyder Ali, for selling him to a techie couple.
According to police, Hyder Ali had been harassing his wife for quite some time and hatched the plan to sell their child for money.
A youngster working as a pharmacist, who was kidnapped at King’s Colony in Mailardevpally police limits early on Saturday, returned home on the same day.
Villagers of of Bangomunda rescued a seven-year-old girl from the clutches of a kidnapper on Thursday. The culprit was identified as Dolamani Meher, who is a librarian in the local school.
Police said an investigation has been launched into the incident.
As per available statistics provided by the Bihar police, 702 cases of kidnapping were allegedly done for marriages and have been registered in January-February of this year.
The accused, identified as Priyanshu Kumar, was unemployed and wanted to raise money to settle down with his girlfriend.
Police first checked the CCTV cameras at the junction and found a person taking away the child.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel reiterated that operations against Naxals would continue and the work of establishing camps in Naxal-affected areas would be completed in an expedited manner.
An hour later, the girl came back to senses and started crying for help.
While she was wandering near the Old Jaggery Market in Tanuku, some lorry drivers noticed her plight and alerted the police.
Gang planned to identify kids of rich families, pay off loans with ransom
Surindra Pal Singh, a resident of Bajheda village, had gone to attend classes at the Industrial Training Institute on Tuesday but did not return back home.
A driver by profession, Karthikeya created fake ID cards, purchased Army uniforms and also forged fake gallantry awards in addition to procuring a dummy pistol.