The case of the missing girl from Yamuna Nagar has taken an unexpected turn, resulting in the official closure of the investigation by the police. This decision follows a significant revelation, with the young girl providing a written statement affirming that she was not held against her will in Haridwar.
Instead, she clarified that her presence in the city was entirely voluntary. In a surprising twist, it was revealed that she had personally messaged her family, urging them to return home. These revelations came to light during extensive police interrogations. Subsequently, after securing her safety and obtaining written assurance, the police swiftly reunited the girl with her family.
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According to the police’s account, the girl from Yamuna Nagar had fled to Haridwar and, during her journey, encountered two women with whom she decided to reside. After arriving in Haridwar from Yamuna Nagar, she immersed herself in exploring the city’s temples and its vibrant culture.
On the night of September 1, using the mobile phone of the women she was staying with, she sent a message to her family, in which she made reference to her alleged kidnapping. This message prompted her family to alert the authorities, leading to the initiation of a rapid investigation.
A combined effort by the local police and the CIU team led to the successful location of the girl within the city police station area. Both the two women and the girl were subjected to rigorous questioning as part of the inquiry. During this process, the girl openly admitted that her decision to come to Haridwar had been entirely of her own free will. To strengthen her statement, she provided a written letter corroborating her voluntary presence.
The genesis of this incident can be traced back to a disagreement between the girl and her father, a resident of Yamuna Nagar. The dispute stemmed from the girl’s excessive use of her mobile phone, which led to her leaving her family’s home, initially traveling to Saharanpur and eventually reaching Haridwar. Upon receiving her message, concerned relatives quickly traveled to Haridwar and, with the assistance of the police, initiated efforts to trace her whereabouts.
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SSP Ajay Singh, confirming the safe reunion of the girl with her family, emphasized that her presence in Haridwar had been voluntary. No evidence or indication of kidnapping or hostage-taking emerged during the course of the investigation. Additionally, the developments in this case have been communicated to the Yamuna Nagar Haryana Police for their records.