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Dipti Sarna Snapdeal employee went lost in Ghaziabad; located in Panipat

Dipti Sarna Snapdeal employee went lost in Ghaziabad; located in Panipat

The lost 24-year-old girl engineer has been traced, however, authorities said more details are yet to surface. Dipti boarded a shared autorickshaw to the Ghaziabad bus stand, an 11-kilometer stretch, after which she went lost from Vaishali Metro station.

We’re still unsure whether it was a case of kidnapping although she said she’s in Panipat. I’m quite relieved she’s discovered,” Uttar Pradesh DGP Javed Ahmed told the CNN IBN. But, the very best policeman stated that the girl has not been spoken to by the authorities but the family has affirmed that she phoned home.

ANI reported that the 24-year old engineer is back home , and it has reunited with her family. This picture tells it all:

 

Father of the 24-year old, nevertheless, told NDTV that he will not have a lot of info about his daughter but in an hour details will be clearer. In line with the station, cops team is bringing back Dipti from Panipat as well as the mom affirmed that the father of Dipti has gone with the authorities.

Dipti Sarna, who works at the Gurgaon office of the company’s, failed to return house on Wednesday in Kavi Nagar area of Ghaziabad.

She called her dad Narendra Sarna after getting into the automobile. After travelling a distance of around 3-4 kilometers, the girl co-passenger was allegedly made to get down.

Feeling risk, Dipti phoned her Father and said the autorickshaw was taking her in a way that was wrong. Her cell phone was switched off since that time. Superintendent of Police (City) Salman Taj Patil had filed a case and authorities launched a combing operation in the region, but nothing was located.

 


“We’ve really been able to trace her last place to a hamlet called Nandgram which is near Hindon Bridge. Preliminary investigations point to a case of abduction. Search operations in the region are being ran and questioning is on,” SSP Dharmendra Singh told The Indian Express on Thursday.

Snapdeal has asked for any info that might help find her to be shared via Direct Message on Twitter and found #HelpFindDipti to find her.

“We’re extremely upset with the reported abduction of our team member. Safety and her protection is our topmost priority. The whole Snapdeal family is united in their support and prayer for her safe return,” a Snapdeal representative told The Hindustan Times.

With inputs from bureaus

 

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