There is still no clue of the three shepherds who were abducted from the forest of Sheopur adjacent to Kuno in Madhya Pradesh on the intervening night of Friday-Saturday, the miscreants demanded a ransom of Rs 15 lakh
In Madhya Pradesh, three shepherds who were abducted near Sheopur forest adjacent to Kuno, have not been found even after 72 hours. The kidnappers have demanded a ransom of Rs 15 lakh. The police say that they will find them, but now the trust of the people has started breaking. They are trying to raise the ransom amount by donating.
Miscreants kidnapped three shepherds from the forests of Vijaypur area of Sheopur. All the police officers including ADG are camping there. Many teams have been formed but no clue of the shepherds has been found. A ransom of Rs 15 lakh has been demanded from the relatives of the shepherds living in the huts of these teen tappers. They are in bad condition by crying.
Former sarpanch Siyaram Baghel told that, “They caught seven people and left four. After two days the news came, bring 15 lakhs. The dacoit got it done from Gudda’s mobile.
The villagers are disappointed with the police-administration. They are now engaged in collecting the ransom money by making donations. Villager Ramji Lal Baghel said, “There is no land, no cattle, no water… What will you do in the end?” To save lives, by collecting two, hundred, two thousand, by giving money, the children will be acquitted.
The police team is continuously searching in the forest. He claims that he has got some important clues in his hands. SP Alok Kumar Singh said, “Our team is continuously engaged. A reward of 10,000 has been announced for giving information about unknown miscreants, which has been increased to 30,000. The team is continuously engaged.
In the intervening night of Friday-Saturday, the miscreants kidnapped seven people, and took them towards Dhoret Baba’s forest. He had dropped four people late in the night.
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