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Jaipur: Three rescued from confinement

PTI | Jaipur | Updated: 14-07-2019 16:42 IST | Created: 14-07-2019 16:34 IST
Jaipur: Three rescued from confinement
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Three men were rescued on Sunday after being kept in confinement for days in a township on the Ajmer road here, police said, suspecting it to be a case of "kidnap for ransom". Police was informed Saturday night about the "wrongful confinement", following which a search operation was conducted and three persons were rescued, additional DCP Bajran Singh said.

Seven persons have been detained in connection with the matter, Singh said. "It appears the matter of kidnapping for ransom. We are verifying the identity of the persons who have been rescued," he said.

He said the search operation is underway.



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