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Rampur : Qadir used Free Fire game to trap a Hindu minor and then abducted her

Jihadi forces are engaged in all sort of means to trap the Hindu girls and women and destroy the Hindu society. If your children spend a lot of time on mobile, then you must read this report, as now Jihadi elements are using mobile games to target Hindu girls.

A latest case has been reported in Rampur district, from where a Hindu minor girl was kidnapped by a Muslim boy, who trapped her under the guise of playing an online game ‘Free Fire’. After intensive surveillance, the police has successfully recovered the girl, while the Muslim youth Qadir, who was involved in the crime, has been sent to the jail.

According to the police, the victim Dalit Minor, who was the victim of kidnapping and brutality, hails from the Civil Lines area of ​​Rampur city. Whereas, the culprit Qadir, is a resident of Shalimar Garden in Lisadi Gate area of ​​police station in Meerut. He came in contact with a girl via a mobile game Free Fire. He brainwashed the girl and trapped her into love jihad.

As part of a well-planned conspiracy, on September 2, Qadir called the girl and asked her to meet him. The girl came out of the house on the pretext of coaching and then she was kidnapped by Qadir. The daughter’s disappearance created panic in the family. When they could not find her, then they reported this matter to the Civil Lines police station.

The police took swift action and started raiding at various places and successfully recovered the student. After the medical examination of the student, police came to know about this conspiracy. The police recorded her statement in the court and arrested Qadir as well.

Civil Lines Kotwali in-charge Pankaj Pant told the media that Police have filed a case against Qadir under Section 363, 376(3) 3/4 POCSO Act and SC-ST Act, and further legal action will be taken under the direction of the honorable court.

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