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An exciting news has come out from Kanpur district of Uttar Pradesh. A 10-year-old boy was abducted two days ago from Mykupurwa area of Kat area of Kanpur. After this, the killers demanded a ransom of 6 lakh rupees from the boy’s father and said that if he did not pay 6 lakh rupees, he would lose his hand. And so it happened. When the boy’s father could not pay Rs 6 lakh, the killers brutally killed an innocent 10-year-old. In this case, the Kanpur Police have detained four people from the area and it is said that their investigation is going on.
During the investigation, the police found that the boy’s father was a loader driver. The boy was abducted two days ago from Mykupurwa area of Cantt. Police said the attackers called the boy’s father and demanded a ransom of Rs 6 lakh. But as the boy’s father was unable to pay such a huge amount, the killers threw the boy alive into the river.
Police said the boy went missing on Monday evening. After this, the family started searching for the boy, but he was nowhere to be found. Then at nine o’clock in the night, the father of the child received a call demanding a ransom of 6 lakhs. The family claims that when the boy’s father failed to pay Rs 6 lakh for two days, miscreants threw the boys alive into the river, after which they died.
During the investigation into the incident, the Kanpur police detained four youths from the area based on call details and surveillance. The police are also examining the CCTV footage of the area from where the boy went missing. So that the attackers can be reached as soon as possible. Also read: Wife meeting husband in office, abusing him in front of colleagues means cruelty; Judgment of Chhattisgarh High Court
On the other hand, on the basis of call details and surveillance, four youths have been detained as suspects. They are being interrogated. CCTV footage is also being collected from the spot where the child went missing. The miscreants are said to have thrown the boy into the river Ganga. The search for the boy is on. But nothing has been done yet.