Manipur: 13-yr-old student goes missing in Imphal, claims school headmaster

Manipur: 13-yr-old student goes missing in Imphal, claims school headmaster

IMPHAL | Feb 11, 2018

Headmaster of Victory High School, Kakching has alleged that one of its girls has gone missing since the night of February 5 and urged authorities concerned, CSOs and the public to help them in their search for the girl.

The girl is Tombi Khanam, 13, a student of class IX from Keirao Makting Makha Leikai, Imphal East and resides in Elite Children Home in the campus of the school.

In a press meet held today at Manipur Press Club, headmaster of the school, Kshetrimayum Ranjan Singh said that the girl’s disappearance from the school campus was noticed in the next morning during the checking hour. A missing report has been filed at Kakching police station by the school and the family.

Ranjan alleged that the girl is in a relationship with one Md. Nazir alias Nazir Ahmed, 23, of the same Keirao colony, and also stays in the same hostel of the girl in ground floor. He narrated that there was an incident on February 2 when the guy was caught for getting inside girl’s dormitory (which is prohibited) without the permission of the warden and teachers. Respective parents have already been called on this purpose on the same day, he added.

The headmaster stated that the school has no other untoward encounters with the two students beside that incident. Ranjan said that the guy has also gone missing on the same day the girl went missing. For interrogation purpose, the elder brother of Nazir is kept in police custody, he also notified.

The school authorities asked the cooperation of the public and authorities concerned in finding the innocent girl misguided by her influencers and to handover the girl back to the concerned family and school.

Source: Imphal Free Press



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