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No trace of abducted girl in Silchar

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SILCHAR, June 8 - Even after four days, Shubhamita alias Trisha, the two-year-old daughter of Dr Shubhadeep Roy Choudhury and Dr Satabhisha Roy Choudhury of Assam University, who went missing on June 5, is yet to be traced.

On Thursday, the parents of the missing girl met the Assam Additional Director General of Police, Mukesh Agarwal, who is here, and appealed to him to expedite the probe to rescue their daughter.

The ADGP assured that the police would make all efforts to rescue the child from the kidnappers. �We are looking at multiple angles to trace the girl,� Agarwal stated.

On the other hand, demands for early rescue of the child are pouring in from all corners. In separate memorandums to the Chief Minister and the Cachar SP, members of the Journalist Federation of Assam (JFA) and Assam University Teachers� Association (AUTA) have called for the intensification of the search operation to rescue the child at the earliest. The JFA members sought the intervention of the Chief Minister and engagement of the State Intelligence machinery in the task.

The members also condemned the attack on media persons during a recent clash here and demanded punitive measures for the guilty.

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No trace of abducted girl in Silchar

SILCHAR, June 8 - Even after four days, Shubhamita alias Trisha, the two-year-old daughter of Dr Shubhadeep Roy Choudhury and Dr Satabhisha Roy Choudhury of Assam University, who went missing on June 5, is yet to be traced.

On Thursday, the parents of the missing girl met the Assam Additional Director General of Police, Mukesh Agarwal, who is here, and appealed to him to expedite the probe to rescue their daughter.

The ADGP assured that the police would make all efforts to rescue the child from the kidnappers. �We are looking at multiple angles to trace the girl,� Agarwal stated.

On the other hand, demands for early rescue of the child are pouring in from all corners. In separate memorandums to the Chief Minister and the Cachar SP, members of the Journalist Federation of Assam (JFA) and Assam University Teachers� Association (AUTA) have called for the intensification of the search operation to rescue the child at the earliest. The JFA members sought the intervention of the Chief Minister and engagement of the State Intelligence machinery in the task.

The members also condemned the attack on media persons during a recent clash here and demanded punitive measures for the guilty.