No breakthrough in Bihar minister’s grandson missing case2 min read
Patna / Supaul: Police headquarters on Monday directed SP Supaul to constitute a special team under district’s additional SP to find out Manish, the maternal grandson of Bihar finance minister Bijendra Yadav, who has been traceless since July 1.
Twelve-year-old Manish is the son of Parmeshwari Yadav and Gita Devi, who is the daughter of the minister and sarpanch of Thumha panchayat while her husband is a teacher in a degree college at Supaul.
Manish alias Guddu had to gone to his home village Belokhera of Thumha panchayat under Kishunpur police station area for a marriage function. After the marriage, he came out of his home along with his younger brother Rajkumar alias Nepali on a bicycle on July 1. He was going to M N Public School at Parsa where he is studying along with his younger brother.
On way to school, he asked his brother to go back home on the bicycle as it was raining heavily. Ever since there has been no trace of the boy, police said.
The boy’s parents made a frantic search for their son and also got in touch with their close relatives, the FIR said. In utter desperation, when there was no trace of the missing son, Parmeshwari and his brother Bhupendra Yadav lodged an FIR with Kishunpur police station on July 4. Police have registered a case of kidnapping, the Kishunpur SHO said.
Police headquarters is continuously monitoring the high profile case. According to sources, the district police have examined few inmates of school hostel who informed police that Manish had told them that he would not return to the school after the marriage. Police are working on different theories to recover the boy.
Meanwhile, according to a villager, Sulekha Devi, who was working in a nearby field from where the boy went missing told the missing boy’s relatives that she had seen the boy being forcibly taken away by an unidentified person on his bicycle.