Girl kidnapped this morning from outside college in Gurgaon has been freed and is safe, say police.
Guragaon Police Commissioner, Navdeep Virk, said that the girl had been taken safely to her house and police had identified 3 accused who ‘will be arrested soon.’
In a shocking development on Monday, a girl was abducted in broad day light in Haryana’s Gurgaon city.
The CCTV footage of the victim being forcibly pulled into the car by kidnappers has gone viral. Incidentally, the car in question had no registration number.
The incident took place outside the Guru Dronacharya College in Gurgaon on MG Road at around 9.15 am in just 10 seconds.
No sooner had the girl reached the college gate, she was forcibly pulled into a Maruti Swift. Witnesses said there were four men in the car.
In the CCTV video, two men are also seen chasing the car, albeit unsuccessfully.
The Guargaon police commissioner expressed ignorance about the nearest PCR van, whose job it would have been to spot the car without number plate or respond to this extraordinary kidnapping.
Jawahar Yadav, the OSD to the chief minister, Manohar Lal Khattar, admonished Times Now journalist for saying that his government was trying to shirk its responsibility.
This incident comes after a massive PR campaign by the BJP government highlighting its achievements on women’s safety in the last one year of its rule. According to reports, Khattar government had splashed Rs 19 crore on its ad campaign highlighting how the women’s condition had significantly improved under its rule.
Congress party has launched attack by mocking Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s much publicised Beti Bachao.. campaign.
Deepender Hooda, son of former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Hooda, said that the BJP government ought to answer its failure not just on other fronts but also on women’s safety adding that there was ‘complete breakdown of law and order’ under the BJP rule.