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Raj Shekhar | TNN | New Delhi | Sep 2, 2014:: An 18-year-old girl who was allegedly abducted from West Bengal on August 17 was found dead in a hotel room in central Delhi on Saturday. Police are tightlipped on the details of the case but sources said the girl, identified as Rinku Saha, had checked in at the hotel under the name Salma along with a man named A Qasim on August 25. Qasim, who is 41-years-old, is missing with his belongings.
Rinku’s family suspect Qasim converted her to Islam as he took her to Ajmer Sharif before coming to Delhi. They also allege that he killed her. However, as the body was found hanging from the ceiling, police are waiting for the postmortem report to find out if she was murdered.
The case came to light after the hotel staff informed police that Rinku and Qasim had not opened their room door for a long time. Police broke open the door and found Rinku’s body hanging from the ceiling. On going over her baggage, they found her name and address, and informed her family.
When Rinku’s family members were shown CCTV footage, they denied knowing Qasim. The additional CP (Central) told TOI, “We have formed teams to nab him”.
Rinku had studied up to Class X and lived with her mother and brother in Cooch Behar, West Bengal. Her father had died a few years ago and her brother works in Kolkata. She went for a tuition class on August 17 but did not return home. It is unclear how Qasim met her as he was a resident of New Jalpaiguri in West Bengal.
On August 25, Rinku and Qasim checked in at Tamanna Hotel in Hauz Kazi. They took a first-floor room and spent two days together.
The Hauz Kazi police have started inquest proceedings under Section 174 CrPC and six police teams are raiding places in three states to catch Qasim. Qasim’s family members have been traced and a senior police officer said a breakthrough is likely soon.
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