Home-guard’s PG daughter missing for 8 months

Family seeks help from Guv, CM
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EOI CORRESPONDENT
MALDA
18 Mar 2017

Failing to crack the missing case of her postgraduate daughter, wife of a home-guard of district police with the help of human rights law network (HRLN) knocked the doors of the Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi and the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Mangala Mandal and her husband Ashilal Mandal believe that intervention of the Governor and the CM would help them getting back their 23-year old daughter Kavita.
Top officials of the district police department have said that special care would be taken to crack the missing of the woman.
According to Mrityunjay Das, district advocate of HRLN, a dweller of Utsabtola village of Mathurapur gram panchayet under Manikchak police station Kabita went to Bhagalpur to collect her certificate of post graduation on July 10 last year. “Since then she went missing and her whereabouts could not be traced by her parents. On July 19 Mangala Mandal, mother of the missing student lodged a missing complaint with English Bazaar police station. Tracking the mobile numbers of the woman police learnt that she spoke to three persons for the last time over phone and then her phone went switched off,” Advocate Das said.
“Police later arrested one of the three youths from Manikchak but he was released on bail. However, the missing student could not be recovered. The family of the girl informed the senior police officials of the district and the state but their daughter could not be found out,” the HRLN advocate added.
Ashilal Mandal, the father of the missing postgraduate woman said, “We have left no stone unturned to find out our daughter but in vain.” Mangala Mandal said, “Our daughter was a good student. So far as we know she neither had any bad association nor had any enemy. We are in dark about her whereabouts. The Governor and the Chief Minister are our last resorts to get our daughter back.”