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Collegiate girl abducted, detained for two days

Aurangabad, April 7: A 19 years old collegiate girl was abducted on a motorcycle by her acquaintance and was ...
Collegiate girl abducted, detained for two days

Aurangabad, April 7:

A 19 years old collegiate girl was abducted on a motorcycle by her acquaintance and was dumped for two days. The Waluj MIDC police have registered a case against the accused and his accomplice.

The girl Aditi (name changed, Waluj Mahanagar) is studying in a college at Bajajnagar. Four days back, her acquaintance Arjun Dhanve asked for her mobile number but she refused. In the fit of rage, Arjun abused and beat her. However, due to fear, she did not tell about the incident to anyone.

Meanwhile, Aditi had gone to a temple at Cidco Mahanagar area on Friday. Arjun and his friend Vicky Jagdhane followed her on motorcycle. Arjun asked her that he will leave her to the home but she refused. He told her that he told her brother and he will safely leave her home. Hence, she went on the motorcycle with him. Arjun took her in a village and detained her in a friend’s house. He also threatened her with a knife to kill if she shouted or tell anyone about it.

Meanwhile, Aditi told about her plight to the wife of the man in whose house they were staying. The woman told Aditi to lure Arjun, gain his confidence and asked him to leave her to her home. Accordingly, she talked to Arjun and on April 4, he left her at her home. Later, she lodged a complaint at the Waluj MIDC police station that Arjun and his friend Vickey abducted her and detained her for two days with the intention to defame her.

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