Final year MBBS student of GSVM Medical College goes missing, suicide suspected
Kanpur: A 24-year-old final year MBBS student of Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial (GSVM) medical college has gone missing under suspicious circumstances. A missing case has been filed in this connection but preliminary police probe suspects it to be a case of suicide after her two-wheeler (scooty) was found parked at Ganga Barrage.
The student's mobile phone and wallet were recovered from scooty's trunk. A massive search operation was launched in the Ganga with the help of divers but the body could not be traced yet.
According to recent media reports, the medico was last seen by her roommate at the medical college campus hostel. The missing student left the hostel premises at around 12 noon on January 22nd. When she did not return, the roommate called her on her mobile phone but got no response. Despite repeated attempts to call her on phone, her room-mate alerted the medical college's authorities who further informed Swaroop Nagar police
According to Inspector Swaroop Nagar police station, Ashwini Pandey told IANS, "We are scanning the call details of the missing student and her parents have arrived from Jhansi," and added that teams have been formed to trace the missing girl and the police are also using e-surveillance to trace the girl.
"We are going through call details of the missing student and her parents have arrived in the City from Jhansi," the official added.
Following this, a missing case was registered in Swaroop Nagar police station Teams have been formed to trace the missing girl. "Searches are underway with the help of e-surveillance and we will trace the girl soon," added SP West Dr Anil Kumar told TOI
Medical Dialogues recently reported that a 21-year old male medical student was missing from the BJ Medical College, Pune since 21 December 2019.
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