Janakpurdham, March 31
Seven girls aged between 10 and 18 who were missing since Tuesday afternoon have been found in India, claim local officials.
Bhangaha Mayor Sanjeev Kumar Sah says the girls were found nearby the Sitamarhi railway line in Bihar. After receiving the information from the mayor, the Nepal Police has also deployed a team for the rescue.
Sah says the Indian Police in coordination with the Armed Police Force of Nepal located the children this afternoon. They are under the protection of the Indian Police now, according to him.
Chief District Officer Tirtha Raj Bhattarai says, “We have sent a police team with the pictures of the missing girls.”
Mayor Sah is also accompanying the police team.
Details of the case are awaited.