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HC asks cops about steps taken to trace missing speech

Taking cognisance of a news report, the Delhi High Court today asked the Delhi Police what it has done to trace a 19-year-old speech and hearing impaired woman who went missing from a metro station here five days ago.

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Taking cognisance of a news report, the Delhi High Court today asked the Delhi Police what it has done to trace a 19-year-old speech and hearing impaired woman who went missing from a metro station here five days ago.

A bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Deepa Sharma asked the police to file a status report tomorrow about the steps taken by it to trace the girl who went missing after getting off at Adarsh Nagar metro station.

On April 21, the woman -- Sunita -- was travelling with her family and was unable to get down with them at Jahangirpur Metro Station here, the news article, referred to by the court, said.

As per the CCTV camera footage at the next metro station at Adarsh Nagar, the woman got down there but has been missing since then.

The woman's mother was quoted in the article as saying that they were returning home from LNJP Hospital after a routine check-up for Sunita when the incident occurred.

 

(This article has not been edited by DNA's editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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