Wednesday, September 02, 2009

900 girls have gone missing in Kerala

To be read in continuation to jihadis luring Kerala college girls

According to a confidential report by the Kerala police's intelligence wing, approximately 920 girls have gone missing in the last year.

The matter came to light when two MBA students from Pathanamthitta district in Kerala went missing and were later located at a religious centre in north Kerala. The women were said to be involved in relationships with senior students and planned to convert to another religion.

Police sources claimed the men belonged to a controversial organisation, which is constantly monitored by state intelligence agencies.

Many of the women who have gone missing in the last year hail from affluent families.


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Anonymous said...

Why isn't this brought up ever in media today? why is this being sidelined, why is no one willing to discuss the past 1000 years of India.. it's high time we woke up to this menace.