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40 people booked for thrashing schoolteacher on child-lifting suspicion


PTI, Aug 30, 2019, 10:55 AM IST

Muzaffarnagar: A case has been registered against 40 unidentified people for allegedly thrashing a school teacher on the suspicion of child-lifting in Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli district, police said on Friday.

The incident occurred on Tuesday when Sachin came from Delhi in a train. The school teacher was rescued by the police, an officer said.

A case has been registered on Thursday and a search is on for the accused based on the video footage of the incident, the officer said.

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