Teenage girl missing from seminary

Staff Reporter

Rawalpindi—A 13-year-old girl has gone missing from a seminary in Naseerabad area, her family claims. The girl who went missing four days ago was studying at the seminary, her mother said. The management of the seminary and the police are not helping in her recovery, she added.
According to the Naseerabad police they have registered a case for the incident. The girl went missing in the night, police said. Police is investigating the incident.
The seminary management said that the girl climbed down the window using her dupatta.
Meanwhile, the dead body of a 65-year old person was found in the green belt along Islamabad Expressway in the area of Koral police station Saturday.
According to a police spokesman, no mark of injury was found on the body of the deceased identified as Makhan Khan son of Kala Khan, a resident of Dhoke Ali Akbar, Rawalpindi.
The deceased’s body had been shifted to a hospital for postmortem and to ascertain the cause of death, the spokesman said.

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