'Inaction' of cops in kidnapping case flayed
Tribune News Service
Sangrur, July 26
A large number of men and women under the banner of "Sunil Agwa Action Committee" today took out a march through the town, protesting against the local police as it has allegedly failed in locating 1 year-old Dalit boy Sunil Kumar, who was kidnapped by a woman on July 19 from a temple near the main bus stand here. The protesters also held a rally in front of the local police station and raised slogans against the administration for its alleged indifference towards the kidnapping episode. The rally was addressed by Mr Chand Singh Chopra, former MLA, Mr Pawan Kumar, PPCC member; and Mr Pali Ram Bansal, convener of the action committee.
They said that despite the fact that the police had the photograph of the woman, accused in the Sunil Kidnapped case, it was still clueless and had "failed" in making a break-through to locate the kidnapped boy as the boy belonged to a poor Dalit family. They submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner.