Ujjain News : Recently big news has come out from Ujjain. It is being told that on September 24, at around 10:00 am, a 2-year-old child of a woman was stolen from near the booking window at the railway station. Actually, when this incident happened, the mother left her child lying on the bench and went to get milk for him. But when she came back, she could not find her child anywhere. After this, the woman reached the GRP station to complain.
Here, instead of registering an FIR, the TI made serious allegations against the woman and chased her away from the police station by calling her a child-lifter. Not only this, TI also slapped the woman. The next day, when the member of Rogi Kalyan Samiti intervened regarding this matter, then TI checked the footage of the station. After that it came to light that the child had been stolen. The police have registered a case regarding this matter.
The woman told the incident –
According to information, Vaishnavi age 22, a resident of Bagpura, quarreled with her husband on December 23 and went to the railway station with her child to go to her elder mother in Bhopal. After staying here overnight at the station, the next morning when she went to get a bottle of milk for her child, someone took her child away. In such a situation, she got scared and went straight to the police station. After going here, the police chased him away and also slapped him. After which the woman went to Dewas Gate police station crying.
When the police was informed about the incident here, he was sent from there as well. After which, on December 25, the woman again went to the Dewasgate police station, where the woman had a conversation with Rajesh Borana, a member of the Rogi Kalyan Samiti. After listening to the whole story of the woman, Borana took her to GRP TI RS Mahajan. In such a situation, the police told them that on the complaint of the woman, the footage was checked but no evidence was found. In such a situation, when asked to check the footage again, on checking again, a person was seen carrying the child. After this, the police registered a case in this matter and started investigation.