SIT formed to trace kidnapped 3-year-old
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Four days after the kidnapping of the three-year-old daughter of a Delhi-based businessman, the police is yet to trace the girl. A Special Investigation Team (SIT) was constituted on Saturday to look into the case. Meanwhile teams of police are conducting raids in Delhi as well as Hisar to find the girl.
The SIT will be headed by DSP, Crime, Satbir Singh. The other members will be Inspector Sri Prakash, Inspector Ranjodh Singh and Inspector Ram Gopal.
The girl Harmini, daughter of Harish Arora was kidnapped by Jagpal Bainwal who was the business partner of Arora's wife Priya. The girl was kidnapped from a hotel in Sector 22 where the family was staying while on a visit to Chandigarh.
Police teams have conducted raids at Bainwal's residence and office in Delhi. Further raids were conducted over the past two days in Hisar as well.
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