21 September, 2020

State Gazette

No superglue for broken promises (follow-up to A Shotgun Wedding); A marriage made in the mob's lair; Elephants in exile; Bullet holes on the sandalwood; To h

State Gazette
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PATNA, BIHAR
A Marriage Made In The Mob’s Lair
Ever since Outlook reported the shocking story of the dreaded criminal, Sultan Mia, abducting a married woman and forcing her to marry him at a mosque in Mainpura, Patna, there’s been a storm blowing. Sultan Mia is close to Mohammed Shahabuddin, RJD MP from Siwan, and has links with senior RJD leaders. Following media reports, many outfits have come forward to help rescue Kanchan Mishra. One hinduunity.com has, for instance, announced a Rs 7.5 lakh reward for anybody who is able to save her.

The National Women’s Commission (NCW) too has taken up the case and on December 16 an NCW team, led by its chairperson Poornima Advani and members Shankar Sen, Nafisa Hussain and Baby Rani Maurya, were in Patna on a fact-finding mission. Before leaving Patna, the team observed that the cops were apparently in cahoots...

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