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Kislay case accused to be brought to Patna
Anand Mohan Sahay in Patna |
February 08, 2005 21:11 IST
The Patna police left for New Delhi to take into custody the three persons who were arrested in connection with last month's kidnapping of school student Kislay Kaushal.
The Patna superintendent of police Shalin told rediff.com that a police team left for New Delhi on Tuesday afternoon.
"The team will bring the three accused to Patna for interrogation and the main people behind the kidnapping will be exposed," he said.
Brijesh, Rajan Choudhary and Rajesh were arrested at Saket in Delhi on Monday night.
They were accused of harbouring Vijay Thakur, the main accused in the kidnapping of the Patna Delhi Public School student Kislay on January 19. Kislay was later released on February 2.
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