Woman seen wandering alone in Kabristan

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 Feb 2018 11:09:02

Staff Reporter

Mystery deepens at Kabristan falling under Hanumantal police station on Wednesday morning when one woman aged around 26 years was found wandering in the Kabristan. Besides, the alone woman seen was chased by anti-social elements on which local inhabitants informed Gareeb Nawaz Committee, who took gravity of the situation, reached the spot and took the woman to Hanumantal police station.

Reportedly, by evening, the woman, after she moved from the police station afternoon again ventured at the same place. Cops on being informed about the resurfacing of the woman reached the spot and have admitted her in shelter home. The resurfacing of the woman at the Kabristan has however exposed the level of seriousness of the cops who failed to take note of the insane state of the woman. They let the woman move out from the police station after being handed over by Gareeb Nawaz committee.

According to information, a woman aged around 26 years was found wandering in the Kabristan in Hanumantal area. Local inhabitants from the area, having seen gathering of anti-social elements attempting to chase the woman with hostile intentions, informed the Gareeb Nawaz committee. On being informed, the committee members reached the spot to take stock of the situation and took the woman to Hanumantal police station and the woman was handed over to police.

In major topsy-turvy that was reported around evening, the woman was again seen in the Kabristan. Earlier, after being handed over to Hanumantal police station, cops carried out investigation and allowed the woman to move out. Again, when the woman was seen in the area, the committee members reached the spot and took her to police station. When contacted, SHO Hanumantal Prafful Shrivastava said the woman seemed to be mentally deranged. “In view of the mental state, she reached the spot for the second time. She revealed her identity as Reena Patel, but was unable to say on her place of living. Accordingly, we have admitted the woman in a shelter home. Efforts are on to establish her credentials, for which we seeking help through various means,” Shrivastava said.