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Kidnapping: Patna kids send SOS to Prez

Anand Mohan Sahay in Patna | January 23, 2005 14:17 IST
Last Updated: January 23, 2005 14:45 IST


Some school students of Patna have sent an SOS to President A P J Abdul Kalam toensure the safe recovery ofakidnapedDelhi Public Schoolstudent.

Students ofPatna DPS and some other schools, including Don Bosco, havewrittentothe President to help them for safe recovery ofKislay Kaushal, a 14-year-old DPS student, who was kidnapped last Wednesday in Patna on the way to school.

Bihar Public School and the Children's Welfare Association have demandedthat public schools remain closed on Monday to protest the kidnapping.

CWApresidentD K Singhhas warned that if Kislay wasnot recoveredby Monday, students of several schoolswould gheraoRaj Bhawan (the governor's residence).

Singh said that most public schools confirmed that they would remain closed on Monday as a mark of protest.

The colleagues of Kislay's Father, K K Gupta, who is senior officer in the state finance services, have gone on indefinite strike to protest kidnapping.



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Sub: Kidnapping: Patna kids send SOS

I am disappointed that there is so much coverage when son of a senior government official has been kidnapped. These people/media doesn't care when poor ...


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Sub: Kidnapping: Patna kids send SOS to Prez.

It is an acknowledged fact that law-n-order in Bihar has collapsed. Time for Prez. rule in Bihar for 3-4 yrs. during which the system needs ...


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Sub: law and order situation in bihar

there are so many kidnapping take place in bihar that it look like a industry which is giving job to thosands of people.I dont konw ...


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Sub: shame on laloo

its a shame that the Chief Minister could not even attend to the children, who were anxiously waiting for him. this act of disgustness not ...


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