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Agency that supplied maid is dubious, unregistered

Saturday, 1 December 2012 - 2:13pm IST | Place: Ahmedabad | Agency: DNA
Police have found that Madhu Agarwal’s family had sourced their maid from an agency that had not even been registered.

Police have found that Madhu Agarwal’s family had sourced their maid from an agency that had not even been registered.

This was found by Ahmedabad police who have gone to Ranchi to search for the agency that supplied the maid to Madhu Agarwal, a 50-year-old who was found murdered in her bungalow near Anandnagar. Police said that the unregistered agency was being run by three men in a room.

"They were involved in sending poor youth as maids to Gujarat. We also checked the address that Manila and Rohit had given to the agency and it has turned out to be fake,” said DCP Zone-1 Niraj Badgujar.

The police suspect that Agarwal was murdered by her maid and her boyfriend Rohit. “Cellphone records have shown Rohit’s location as in and around Madhu’s Dhananjay bungalows when the murder was committed,” said Badgujar.

Meanwhile, the top cop said that the domestic help registration drive that was intensified following the incident is going on in full swing. “Cops at each of the Zone-1 police stations are visiting 10 to 15 houses to check for registration,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Satellite police have booked three people under section 188 for not adhering to the police commissioner’s notification for registering their domestic help.

This includes Sanjeev Barad of Palak crystal apartment, Vivek Kumar Gupta, a resident of Maher Apartment and Pradeep Agarwal of Panchtirth Apartment near Jodhpur crossroads.
 


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