30L ransom note put on missing woman’s house; investigation on

  • | Wednesday | 6th December, 2023

Meerut: Family members of a 42-year-old woman, who went missing a week earlier, allegedly received a ransom note demanding Rs 30 lakh in Dhaulana area of Hapur on Tuesday. According to police, the woman, Bilkis, went missing on November 27. Her husband had died a few years ago due to a prolonged illness and she resided with her four children. Bilkis used to operate a small daily needs shop in the village.Dhaulana CO Jitendra Kumar Sharma said, Based on her sisters statement, police lodged a missing persons complaint and started looking for her. Her mobile phone location is being traced and a few suspects have been detained for questioning. The CO added, "Prima facie, the ransom note pasted outside the victims house might be mischief by some locals. The woman lived with her four kids and belonged to the lower strata of society. No one in her family could have fulfilled this demand. A probe is on, he said. We also published the following articles recentlyHarassed by her neighbor, 30-year-old woman ends life in GurgaonA 30-year-old woman, identified as Anuradha, took her own life due to alleged harassment by her neighbor, Kiran Pal, from Mohammadpur Jharsa village. The victims father lodged a complaint stating that Pal repeatedly visited Anuradhas residence, harassed her, and forced her to commit suicide. An FIR for abetment of suicide has been registered against Pal at the Shivaji Nagar police station in Gurgaon. The police are verifying the facts and will take appropriate action.Aditi Govitrikar on her missed opportunity to meet Yash Chopra: The trajectory of my life would have been different - ExclusiveAditi Govitrikar, a successful model, actor, and Harvard-trained psychologist, shares insights into her experiences in the entertainment industry in an exclusive interview with ETimes. She discusses the industrys potential to shape narratives, the vulnerability of actors to depression, and her exciting pageant venture on the horizon in January 2024.Auto Mafia Terror On, Holds Rly Stn To RansomThe auto mafia in Nagpur continues to intimidate cabbies at the railway station, while law enforcement agencies take no action. Despite the promise of app-based cab services from Central Railways, the prepaid autorickshaw union threatens violence and blames the government railway police. Nagpur, a tier-2 city with a daily footfall of 62,000 passengers, is one of the few cities without cab services at the railway station. Central Railways issued a work order to Prisha Tours & Travels for app-based cab services, but they face opposition from the prepaid auto union.

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