Abducted college lecturer returns home safely
Jhajjar: A lecturer who was allegedly
abducted by unidentified miscreants at gunpoint from a college
in Bahadurgarh town here returned home safely on Sunday, officials
The lecturer, identified as Mohit Hooda, was allegedly
abducted yesterday from PDM College for Professional Studies
here when he was parking his car, said officials.
Later in the evening, Mohit made a call to his family
and informed them about his well-being, said sources.
The lecturer returned on his own this morning after
abductors allegedly sped away in his car, leaving him stranded
on the Jaipur Highway near Gurgaon district late last night,
However, senior officials refused to say if a case has
been registered against the miscreants.
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