Ranchi News: A case of child theft has come to light in the name of former Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni in Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand. This shocking incident took place in the Litchi Bagan area of Jagannathpur police station area. Where some unknown people snatched away one and a half year old child from a woman named Mudhe Devi and ran away. After which Mudhe Devi reached Argora police station and asked for help. According to the police, Mudhe Devi’s son has been kidnapped.
Mudhe Devi had gone to Durga Puja pandal
Madhu Devi had gone to a Durga Puja pandal in Hinnu on October 22 with her 8 year old daughter and one and a half year old son Rudra. After visiting the puja pandal, woman Madhu Devi was eating chaat at a roadside cart with her children, when at the same time an unknown woman and man riding a bike approached her.
Child stolen in the name of getting help
Both the bike riders told Madhu that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is giving five thousand rupees each and a house to the poor. The miscreants asked the woman if she knew anything about this? After which Madhu fell into his trap and he took her to Harmu Electricity Office in Argora.
After this, both of them took Madhu to a house and asked her to wait there. While waiting, he offered biscuits to Madhu, after eating which Madhu started feeling dizzy. After this, the miscreants snatched Madhu’s one and a half year old child from her lap and ran away.
Police scanning CCTV cameras
When Madhu regained consciousness, her son was missing. Madhu tried to search for him nearby but could not find any trace of him. After this, the victim’s mother reached Argora police station in Ranchi and registered a case. It has been about 3-4 days since this incident, but till now the police is proving unsuccessful in recovering the child. At present the police is scanning the CCTV cameras installed at the spot.
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