German woman goes missing

A 20-year-old German woman, who came to India to educate youth about their rights has gone missing under mysterious circumstances from the C.R. Park area of southeast Delhi.

DCP (southeast) P. Karunakaran said a team of officials is looking into the matter. He said efforts are being made to locate the German woman.
According to information, the German came to India to work with an NGO which works for youth power. She was working as a volunteer in the NGO. Filmmaker Rahul Roy is a board member in the NGO.
“She came to India to work with the NGO for 10 months. She had been living in H Block in C.R. Park area. Her two colleagues are also living with her. On Wednesday she went out and is missing since then. Her colleagues tried to contact her on her cellphone but they found it switched off. They then decided to approach the police ,” said a police source.
The source said a DD entry was made in this respect at the C.R. Park police station and a team was formed to look into the matter. The police is taking help of technical surveillance to locate the missing German.
“The NGO’s office is at Kalkaji, we questioned the staff to find out where she could go. We are taking help of our informers,” said the police source.
However, the police has not lodged any FIR in this matter as yet.
Meanwhile, a 14-year-old girl was allegedly abducted and raped for two days by a youth from her neighbourhood, the police said on Thursday, reports PTI.
The girl was rescued Wednesday night and the youth, identified as Vikas, 22, was arrested on Thursday after the victim’s medical report confirmed rape, the police said.
The teen girl, who lives in New Ashok Nagar, had gone missing last Tuesday after stepping outside her house, following which an FIR was lodged.

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