Madhya Pradesh: Young people kidnap three-year-old nephew to avoid board exams
BHOPAL: In an attempt to skip the twelfth board exams, a teenager planned to kidnap his own nephew. The boy was rescued by police on Monday morning.
The incident took place in the village of Tudila under the district's Jaura police station.
The defendant identified as Ranveer is the uncle of the victim, who is about three years old, police said.
The family had come to attend a function in the place of a relative in the village of Tudila and are residents of the village of Pipraua.
Speaking to TOI, SP Morena Asit Yadav said: “We received information around 3.10 in the morning on Dial 100 that a three-year-old boy had been kidnapped from the village of Tudila. Family members also found a letter in which it was written that the defendant, who is a relative of the victim, should not be able to appear on board exams. ”
“Based on the letter, the defendant's room was searched and some notebooks were found, the letter of which coincided with the letter of the letter. Thus, under suspicion, we interrogate the accused. During the interrogation he admitted that he had kidnapped his cousin's son and tied him with a rope and left him on a farm around 9 p.m. Sunday, ”said Yadav.
The defendant Ranveer wanted to avoid taking the exams at all costs. Then he wrote the letter thinking that he will not be allowed to appear in the exams in the midst of this commotion, the SP said.
According to the contributions provided by the accused, the boy was rescued from a farm, he said.
“He stated that he intended to bring the child back, once he was excused from the exam. Comprehensive investigations are being carried out, ”he said.
When asked what happens with the defendant's examination, Yadav added: The court will decide about it.