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10th class girl escaped from Aurangabad, rescued in Hyderabad by two Muslim youths

Hyderabad: A Hindu girl student of 10th class from Aurangabad cantonment escaped from her house on 22nd February under the pretext of going for tuition taking Rs.5000. She reached Hyderabad on 23rd February. She asked an auto driver at Nampally Railway Station to get her a phone. The auto driver took the girl to Chandrayangutta crossroads and started talking to other auto drivers about this girl.

Two youths Habeeb Salam and Mohammed Javeed, said to be rowdy sheeters were passing through the road. They stopped there and got the details of the girl. Their passion of sympathy was aroused. They contacted Task Force Constable, Zia-ul-Haq. The police constable talked to the girl and took her to Task Force office. The police passed on information to Aurangabad. The relatives of the girl came to Hyderabad and took the girl with them. They thanked constable, Zia-ul-Haq and the two Muslim youths for helping the girl.

–Siasat News