Madhya Pradesh: 3 minor siblings on their way to school go missing in Gwalior

The police, after looking at a CCTV footage from a railway station, suspect that the children might have gone on their own.

The youngest of the three kids Aryan (8) is a student of class three while his two sisters Vashali (11) Vaishnavi (14) are students of class eight and nine respectively. (File image for representation)

Amid recent rumours of child-lifter gangs operating in different parts of Madhya Pradesh leading to sporadic public attacks on suspects, yet another missing report of three minor siblings from Maharajpura area in Gwalior spread panic in the city on Wednesday.

According to the police, three minor kids left their home for school around 8 am but did not reach school.

Two of the missing kids studied in the same school while one studied in a different school.

“Their father, Prem Narayan, registered a complaint on Wednesday evening when the kids did not return from the school. The schools were contacted and it was found that they never reached there on Wednesday,” city Superintendent of Police (SP) Ravi Bhadoria said.

The youngest of the three kids Aryan (8), is a student of Class 3 while his two sisters Vaishali (11) and Vaishnavi (14) are students of Class 8 and 9 respectively.

The Gwalior police have released pictures of the three missing children and appealed to the public to inform of their whereabouts.

According to the SP Bhadoria, the three children were last seen at a railway station.

“We have scanned CCTV footages of seven different locations in the city. They have been identified in a CCTV footage picked up from near the railway station and it appears that they have gone on their own but nothing can be ruled out till the time the children are found,” SP Bhadoria said.

Prem Narayan, a farmer from Bhind who shifted to Gwalior to provide good education to his three kids, doesn’t quite believe that his children have gone on their own.

“Police officials are saying that my children might have gone on their own but I have contacted every friend and relative, they are nowhere to be found,” Prem Narayan said.

The Gwalior police claim that the railway police have been informed and CCTV footages at various railway stations are being checked.

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