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Police claim breakthrough in Kislay's abduction
Anand Mohan Sahay in Patna | January 28, 2005 21:08 IST
The Bihar police claimed a breakthrough in the Kislay Kaushal abduction case on Friday when it arrested notorious criminal Chunnu Thakur's wife in Muzzafarpur after a raid on her house.
The police suspect Thakur's hand in Kislay's kidnapping. Thakur's wife was brought to Patna late on Friday evening for interrogation.
Kislay, a student of the prestigious Delhi Public School in Patna, was kidnapped when he was about to board his school bus on January 19 in Patel Nagar.
Chunnu Thakur is currently lodged in Beur Jail in Patna.
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