Missing UP law student traced in Rajasthan

The Shahjahanpur law student, who had been missing since last Sunday, after levelling charges of harassment and sexual abuse on former union minister Swami Chinmayanand, was traced in Rajasthan, said UP DGP OP Singh, today.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court, which had taken the cognisance of the issue, has asked the UP government to bring the girl to Delhi immediately.

The DGP claimed that the woman was found with a one of her friends in Rajasthan. “The girl was found today morning and she is fine,” the DGP told the media persons. He added that the process to bring her back to Shahjahanpur was on.

“In Shahjahanpur episode the girl has been located by Shahjahanpur police in Rajasthan along with her friend. Necessary legal action is being taken,” the UP police posted on its official Twitter handle.

Incidentally, the law student was found on a day Supreme Court had taken the cognizance of the issue and was about to hear the case. The DGP said that seven teams of police personnel were set up to trace the girl. Police teams had been to Delhi and Himachal Pradesh as well on the basis of her location through electronic surveillance of her through her mobile data.

As per the police sources, the girl had been changing her location at various cities of Rajasthan. In the meantime, her parents had been suspecting her abduction.

Notably, an LLM student, 23, in a video clip recently had alleged that Chinmayanand, the director of SS Law College in Shahjahanpur where she studied, was threatening to kill her and her family members as she had evidence that could land him in trouble.

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