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21-yr-old girl 'abducted' by women in burqa

DNAHM111031 | 4/21/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :238 | Crime & Law

Knocked unconscious by spray, she says she woke up in Mehsana

Ahmedabad: On Wednesday, a complaint of kidnapping was lodged at Karanj Police station by a 21 year old girl who claimed she was abducted by two women in burqa. The victim Reena Babariya, resident of Bapunagar area found herself in Mehsana after waking up. Interestingly, she was found unhurt, her valuables and cash was intact and there was no sign of sexual harassment.
According to Reena's statement, she hailed an auto at Relief road on Monday Tuesday afternoon, after completing her exam at SV Law college at Relief road. She is married and had planned to visit her parents' house in Kalapinagar area, for which she took a seat in a shared auto. There were two other women in burqa in the auto and the driver had covered
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