On Thursday Union Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj long-established that a five-year-old Indian girl Sarah who was kidnapped in Hoora, Bahrain, on Tuesday night has been rescued. On Wednesday night the nation’s interior ministry has also further conveyed that the kidnappers – a Bahraini man, 38 and an Asian woman, 37 – were detained.
Report has also further conveyed that, though, details of their identities have not been disclosed. The girl was abducted from her family car when her mother had gone out of the vehicle to buy water. The kidnappers supposedly got in the car and drove away with the girl in the backseat. According to sources, the kidnappers deactivated the GPS of the car minutes subsequent kidnapping the child. Capital Governorate Police General Directorate Colonel Khalid Al Thawadi has also further conveyed that a squad of 25 patrol vehicles was positioned to search for the girl.
He also has further conveyed that, the child was found at the woman’s residence in Hoora. Her uncle, though, rubbished rumours that had cropped up of her father being involved in the kidnapping. Anish Charleshas also further conveyed that, he’s presently in India and there’s no way that he could plan or do this.