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Abducted by uncle

An eight-year-old boy, identified as Danish, was kidnapped by his uncle from the Karaya area on Friday evening. Minutes after the crime, the kidnapper called up the boy’s house but did not demand any ransom. He said his wife was at Danish’s home and he could not meet her. He also said he would send the boy home only if his wife returned to him. A preliminary probe revealed that Sheikh Raju, a resident of Ahiripukur Lane, married two sisters (names withheld) a couple of years ago. Last month, his father-in-law came to his house after one of Raju’s wives complained of him torturing her. He took the woman back to his Chamru Khansama Lane residence. Raju picked up Danish from his in-laws’ doorstep.

Train victim

Akash Podder, 10, was crushed by a running train at Sodepur on Friday morning while trying to cross the rail tracks with his mother Mitali. Akash, whose family lives in Chittaranjan, was headed for a relative’s house in Madhyamgram.

Dacoits in net

Officers of airport police station raided two spots on Thursday night, seized two firearms and arrested five men for two dacoities. According to the officers, a gang of four had assembled near BT College to carry out a dacoity in the area. The police swooped down and netted the gang. In the second case, a man was netted at the bus stand of route 45A at Gouripur when he went there with a firearm to rob the conductors, who count their cash at night after returning from trips.
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