Police rescue three missing girls from Jalpaiguri

Siliguri, 28th September: The police successfully rescued three girls who went missing after they left home for tuition on Monday morning.


Reportedly, the girls, who are studying in the sixth standard of Netaji Girls High School, left home yesterday morning. Their families said that since then they have not been traced. A missing diary was lodged at the NJP police station. They were finally rescued from Jalpaiguri at night.

NJP police then questioned the three students and learned that one of them communicated with a youth from Delhi through the phone. He asked her to go to Delhi via Kolkata. The other two girls dreamt of becoming celebrities. Hence, the three boarded a bus from Siliguri Junction. They planned to get off at Jalpaiguri and take a bus to Kolkata.


However, the police suspect that a big circle is working behind to traffick students from Siliguri.

Amit Sarkar, an official of the Darjeeling District Legal Aid Forum, said that a group is operating in Siliguri ever since the lockdown ended. Minors, young women are being lured into love affairs and being asked to come elsewhere. Such incidents were also reported earlier in many places. Police should launch an investigation and nab the gang.

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