GNDU staffer goes missing, names ‘kidnapper’ in note : The Tribune India

GNDU staffer goes missing, names ‘kidnapper’ in note

AMRITSAR: A 30-year-old assistant professor at Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) has gone missing.

Charanjit Singh Teja

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, September 16

A 30-year-old assistant professor at Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) has gone missing.

Sukhpreet Kaur of Baghapurana (Moga) had been residing at the faculty accommodation on the campus. She is an ad hoc assistant professor in the Hindi department.

The university officials said she went to meet someone outside the campus on September 11. Four days later, the police and the university authorities searched Sukhpreet’s room after a complaint from her brother.

The police found a note on her table. It says: “I am going to meet Jazzinder Singh Virk alias Garry at Subway or Chocolate Home in the university market. He is from Kharar and resides in street No 2 of Dashmesh Nagar on the Jhuggian road. (The names of Virk’s parents and their telephone numbers are also mentioned). He has to return money which he had borrowed from me. If anything happens to me, he should be held responsible”.

The police have collected CCTV footage from Chocolate Home which Sukhpreet visited at 5:16 pm on September 11. She returned soon as the man was not there.

She later met him in the parking area and went with him in his car, the police said. The car then drove towards Putligarh on the GT Road.

Sukhdev Singh, security officer, GNDU, said: “The head of her department received a call from Sukhpreet’s father on September 14. We then intimated the police.”

Sukhpreet’s father alleged that he had received a call from her daughter’s number. The caller demanded a ransom of Rs 3 lakh. The police have registered a case under Section 365 (kidnapping) of the IPC.

A police team from cantonment police station raided several locations in Kharar and Chandigarh. The police traced Sukhpreet’s mobile phone location in Chandigarh.

Vishaljit Singh, Assistant Commissioner of Police (West), said: “Hopefully, we will crack the case soon.”

Top News

India's economy to grow  6.5 per cent in 2023-24: Economic survey

India's economy to grow 6.5 per cent in 2023-24: Economic survey

The survey said the pace of price increases is not high enou...

We will have to make an India which is self-reliant, says President Murmu in her address to joint sitting of Parliament

Fearless, decisive govt at helm, India emerging as solution-provider to world: President Murmu

Was addressing the joint sitting of both Houses of Parliamen...

Income tax raids held on 2 Jalandhar pastors

Income tax raids held on premises of 2 Jalandhar pastors

All centres of pastors Baljinder Singh and Harpreet Deol, wh...

Hindu temple vandalised in Canada’s Brampton

Temple vandalised in Canada's Brampton

3 temples were targeted in Australia with anti-India graffit...

Vistara restrains unruly passenger on Abu Dhabi-Mumbai flight

Italian woman passenger punches crew member, creates ruckus on Abu Dhabi-Mumbai flight; arrested

After the flight lands in Mumbai, the crew members hand her ...


View All