Bahujan Samajwadi Party leader Mohammad Arif form Muzaffarnagar district has been abducted from Kakarkhera area of Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh. Police sources said here today that Mohammad Arif was declared as the candidate of BSP from Budhana area of Muzaffarnagar district.
Arif was in Delhi from past two days and had informed his wife that he will be coming back today by 0200 hours. Sources said that when Arif did not reached till this evening, his relatives started searching for him. On investigation, Police found Arif’s car near Dabka village. Later, Arif’s followers and relatives jammed Delhi-Haridwar national highway demanding Arif's immediate rescue. Police sources said that search is on but no clue has been found yet.
Inspector General (IG) of Meerut police Sujeet Pandey and Senior Superintendent of Police (SP) J Ravindra Gaur inspected the crime scene and instructed the officers for fast and safe recovery of BSP leader. BSP workers have alleged that police and administration both are not serious on matter of Arif’s kidnapping.
SSP J Ravindra Gaur informed that several police teams have been formed for the search operations and all teams are working for recovery of missing BSP leader as soon as possible.