An incident of kidnapping of a woman involving her boyfriend has come to light. The accused allegedly abducted the girl after she was going back home in Saswad from Pune city after appearing for the common entrance test (CET) conducted by the state government.
The 19-yr-old had come to Pune with brother for CET
An incident of kidnapping of a woman involving her boyfriend has come to light. The accused allegedly abducted the girl after she was going back home in Saswad from Pune city after appearing for the common entrance test (CET) conducted by the state government. The boyfriend, identified as Anis Pathan, was also allegedly helped in the act by three of his friends. A case has been registered with Loni Kalbhor police station.
According to information shared by police, the 19-year-old came to Pune with her brother for the CET on Friday. After sitting for the test, the two of them stayed in the city overnight and started their journey back home in Purandar, near Saswad, on Saturday.
The brother-sister duo was on their way when they were accosted by Pathan near Dive Ghat who then proceeded to pick a fight with the girl’s brother. He told him that he wanted to marry his sister so he was going to take her with him from the spot. When the brother tried to resist, he was attacked with a weapon. The accused forcefully bundled the woman into a vehicle and fled from the spot.
The brother immediately informed the family about what had happened and then approached the police and filed a case of kidnapping against Pathan. Police have also booked three friends of Pathan as accomplices in the case. They are still looking for the woman and Pathan.
Based on information from the first information report (FIR) filed in the case, a case of rape had been filed by the woman against Pathan at Hadapsar police station last year. Despite this, Pathan used to follow and stalk her, forcing her family to shift her to their house in Purandar. Around 9.30 am on September 14, Pathan went to the complainant’s house and beat up her family members. A case was also registered at Jejuri police station about this incident.
The complainant and his sister had come to Pune on Wednesday for CET. They had planned to return home the same day after taking the test, but due to rain, decided to stay back. They set out to go home on a bike around 7 am the next day. As they were reaching Dive Ghat, they were accosted by a car.
Senior police inspector Suraj Bundgar, attached with Loni Kalbhor police station, said, “In this case, police are searching for the accused and the woman. Under section 363 (kidnapping) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), a case has been registered.”