Stranded Girl Rescued from India
Police have rescued 11 year old girl who was stranded in India with the help from Peace and reestablishment centre and Indian Police on August 28.
The victim’s family had lodged complaint at Area Police Office of Krishna Nagar on August 27 after girl went missing from Krishna Nagar Municipality-2 since the evening of August 27.
While searching police got the information that the girl is in Platform at Naugadhi of India. With the help from Indian Police and Peace Re-establishment centre, the girl was rescued and handed over to the family according to coordinator Bhumi Raj Bhattarai of the centre.
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