Four arrested as two missing J&K sisters rescued from Punjab

The sisters were reported missing a month ago, said an official.
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Srinagar, Nov 5: Police have arrested four people allegedly involved in the abduction of two sisters who were rescued from Punjab.

Senior Superintendent of Police, Poonch, Rohit Baskotra had constituted a special investigation team following a complaint lodged by the mother of the duo on October 26, stating that her two daughters had gone missing from their home about a month ago.

The police team conducted several raids at different locations and finally rescued the two sisters from Anandpur Sahib in Punjab, a police official said.

Anil Kumar of Sunderbani, Rajouri, Munish Kumar of Jammu, and Lovejeet Singh and Ram Krishan of Punjab were arrested, he said.

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