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Kidnapped child returned home in Sivasagar

Jakir Ali of class 2 of Sivasagar Amgurighat has returned home who was kidnapped on June 28. He was kidnapped by a black dressed person at 7.30 am on June 28 from Dikow Bridge with another person who was driving a vikram. He was kept in a godown near Sivasagar railway station. The kidnappers locked him and didn't provide food. Jakir found a hole in the go down and escaped. Then he met a rikshaw puller and the rickshaw puller dropped him at his home. A FIR was registered. Investigation is going on.

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