Arunachal : Four Missing girls of Wakro found in South India

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The four missing children (girls) from Wakro  of Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh have been found today in South India.

DIGP (East) Uper Bitin inform this daily that we have been able to trace all four girls who got missing from Wakro. After registering the case we issued lock out notice all over the country.

Bitin said that we got them between Chennai-Bangluru who were travelling by Train and intercepted by GRP. There were no information about their whereabouts but we were suspected earliest that they might went though train and later find it. The police team from Tezu is being sent to bring back. They would be here after few days and accordingly their parents have been informed.

Earlier it was suspected child trafficking case, four minor girls from Wakro area of Lohit district were missing for the past six days, It was not yet clear whether they had been together when they had gone missing on March 21 evening.

Their family members feared that the girls in the age group of 12 to 16 could be victims of human trafficking,

A case has registered at Tezu police station under IPC sections 363 (kidnapping) and 367 (kidnapping to subject person to grievous hurt, slavery) and investigation was lodged.

” the Cultural and Literary Society of Mishmi (CALSOM), a prominent social organization of the Mishmi community have also appeal the administration and Police to take immediate action in tracing the missing girls.

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