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Vadodara Waghodia police found the missing infant from Bihar

Army Jawan give four lakhs for the infant

Vadodara Waghodia police found the missing infant from Bihar
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Vadodara Waghodia police traced the missing infant kidnapped from Hanumanpura village under Waghodia police station and found him from Bihar. An Army jawan give four lakhs for the child to the accused and take the infant along with him. A team was sent to Bihar and found the infant in healthy condition and on the way back to Gujarat. Police detained six accused in the matter and further investigating. The army man is also accused under Juvenile Justice and Child Protection Act 2015.

Police formed around eight teams to investigate in the matter and with the help of human intelligence and other sources trace the infant. "LCB, SOG, Parole Ferlo, Dog Squad, local teams are investigating on different angles including childless couples, hospital staff of the birth place of child, Tantrik. With human intelligence we received a tip about one Kalpesh Rathod involved in the whole thing and was searching for a child for a army jawan. The jawan Narendra Ranjan is childless and contact Rathod for a child. Rathod then contact Praveen Chunara and with the help of Kalidas Devipujak and Raman Rathodia kidnapped the seven day infant and handover to the jawan. Narendra Ranjan paid four lakhs and took the child to Bihar. Based on the information one of our team went to Bihar and found the child healthy and return back to Gujarat, " Said Sudhir Desai SP Vadodara.

Police have detained six persons in this matter and further investigating. The army jawan is also accused under Juvenile Justice and Child Protection Act 2015 as he give money for the infant.

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