The parents of the children are worried as they have not been found for 9 days since they went missing. No matter how much I searched around, I was nowhere to be found.

Children missing: The mystery of the three girls’ disappearance is stirring. The parents of the three female students approached the police about their disappearance. A complaint was lodged at the Pulakeshinagar Police Station. The missing children have been identified as Shaktiswari (15), Varunika (16) and Nandini (15). The girls went missing from St. Joseph’s Convent High Primary School on Bangalore’s Promenade Road on September 6. The parents of the children are worried as they have not been found for 9 days since they went missing. No matter how much I searched around, I was nowhere to be found. The parents are angry that the school staff are responding carelessly and the parents are angry with the management of the school. On the other hand, the girls disappeared from the house by writing a letter saying that there are problems at home, so they are leaving the house and we do not want to study.

Meanwhile, rumors of child thieves are doing the rounds in many parts of Belagavi district. Rumors are spreading that children are being stolen and their body parts removed and sold. No such incident happened in Belagavi district. In Nandagada, rug sellers were caught and found to be child thieves. In another case a sick person is said to be a child thief. He was admitted to his family as he was found to be mentally ill. Those found in Kaujalagi village are Sadhus and hail from Uttar Pradesh. There are no cases of child theft in Belgaum district so far. No one should believe this, police urges people not to take law into their own hands.. Call Bandra 112 if you see any unknown persons in your area. SP Dr. Sanjiva Patil appealed to the people of the district to cooperate in this matter.

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