Missing siblings found dead in capital
By IANS - NEW DELHI
02nd March 2013 03:03 PM
Two siblings, who had been missing for the past three days, were found dead near a railway track in
central Delhi, police said Saturday. The bodies were in a decomposed state.
"Bodies of Mansij and her sister Yashvi, aged seven and five respectively, were recovered from near a railway track in front of Pragati Maidan power station at around 9:30 Saturday morning," a senior police official said.
The children had been missing from their school in the Mandawali area of east Delhi three days back.
Their father, Manoj Kumar, had received about five ransom calls demanding Rs.30 lakh, the police officer said.
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