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Two held in CPI-M MLA's daughter abduction case

February 07, 2009 13:40 IST

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Two persons have been arrested in connection with the abduction of the daughter of a Kerala [Images] Member of Legislative Assembly and her male friend from a bus in Mangalore.

Police have identified four persons who were believed to be involved in the kidnapping, Western Range Inspector General of Police A M Prasad said.

The daughter of the Communist Party of India-Marxist MLA from Manjeshwar in Kerala, C K Kunhambu, was returning to Mangalore with a friend when they were forcibly asked by some persons to alight from the bus and get into an auto-rickshaw.

They were subsequently released. Preliminary information available with the police said the girl was believed to be travelling with a boy belonging to a minority community.




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