In cant police station area of Shahjahanpur, two girls were kidnapped and one was brutally murdered, while the other girl is found in a moribund condition who has been admitted to the medical college by the police for treatment. The police are investigating the matter.
The five-year-old daughter of a person from the cant police station area studied in a madrasa in the village. On Monday afternoon, she left for a seminary with her cousin. When both did not return home in the evening, the family started searching.
Police was also informed. After this, the police came into action and reached the spot and started the investigation. The body of a five-year-old boy was found in a field about one and a half kilometers from the village. There are marks of sharp arms on her face. After searching for a long time, at around 11:30 pm, the cousin sister was also found in a moribund state, which was taken to Anaphanan Medical College.
SP S Anand said that the family members are not accusing anyone right now. The post mortem report will reveal how the girl died. Providing immediate treatment to the girl who is found alive is a priority.
Hit with a weighing object
Five-year-old Innocent and her cousin have been killed by some heavy objects. Assuming him dead, the attackers left him. There was a lot of blood coming out of the dead girl’s mouth, seeing that it was very brutally crushed by something.
The second sister, who was found in critical condition, is suffering a head injury. Householders are denying any rivalry. In such a situation, trying to seduce and misbehave cannot be denied. However, police officials are saying that the cause of death was confirmed by the post-mortem report. The Kant police have started a night-time crackdown on criminals in the area. At the same time, ADG and IG reached the crime scene at 12:30 in the night.
SP City Sanjay Kumar said that after the post-mortem report or the second girl becomes conscious, the reason for the incident will be understood. At present, treatment of the girl child is being given priority.