2 Hindu girls kidnapped by 5 Muslims in Haldwani

Recently, a case of kidnapping of 2 Hindu girls from Haldwani came to light, however, the police have recovered the girls from Muzaffarnagar. 5 Muslim accused are involved in this sensational case, and are now in police custody.

According to online sources, both the kidnapped girls were minors, one was a 9th-class student and the other was an 11th-class student. Both the minor girls suddenly went missing 6 days ago. It is alleged that a Muslim boy living in the same locality lured them and took them away. After this incident, many BJP leaders and Hindu organizations were pressuring the police and accusing them of not being able to find the girls. After the incident, a large number of local people gathered outside Banbhulpura police station and created a ruckus.

According to the police, all the accused in the case are from Uttar Pradesh. In this case, Amir Hasan resident of Muzaffarnagar, Asif resident of Badaun, Hafiz Ahmed resident of Badaun, and Abdul Sami resident of Banbhulpur have been arrested. In this case, other opposition parties raised questions on the BJP and blamed them. However, SSP Meena reached the police multipurpose building and assured the representatives of BJP and Hindu organizations that the police were doing their job and would soon recover the girls. On his assurance, people ended their protest.

Police reported that both girls were found in Muzaffarnagar, but the cops knew they were with Mohammad Tanveer in Badaun before they escaped. Finally, they were found in Muzaffarnagar.

This case highlights the intersection of crime, community response, and political pressure in sensitive incidents. The swift action by the police, amidst intense scrutiny and public outcry, has led to the safe return of the minors and the apprehension of the accused. The incident underscores the importance of efficient law enforcement and the role of community and political leaders in supporting justice and safety for all citizens.

This incident underscores the need for stronger community vigilance and better cooperation between law enforcement and local leaders.

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