The Ghaziabad Police will interrogate her, who was reunited with her family after 30 hours, to figure out her whereabouts when she went missing.
“She went missing around 30 hours ago and over 200 police personnel were on duty searching the area. She called her parents using a passenger’s phone after she boarded a local train from Panipat,” Ghaziabad Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Dharmendra Singh told the media here.
Meanwhile, Ghaziabad Superintendent of Police Salmantaj Patil said the girl is fine and back home, adding, “She has not been subjected to any physical harm.”
Patil further said that they would question her once she is back to normal.
Dipti’s family breathed a sigh of relief on having their daughter back. The girl’s father thanked the police for launching a massive operation to ensure she returned home safely.
However, Dipti’s mobile phone and handbag remain missing.
Snapdeal had launched #HelpFindDipti to locate the 24-year-old who went missing from Ghaziabad on Wednesday.
City SP Salman Taj Patil said that Deepti was on her way from Vaishali metro station to the old bus stand of Ghaziabad where her father Narendra Sarna, a resident of Kavi Nagar, was waiting to pick her up.
Sarna told the police that when the auto crossed the Hindon river bridge, Deepti called him and gave him the location.
She was also heard shouting at the auto driver for taking a wrong route, he said, adding thereafter her phone was switched off.
Upon information, police swung into action and launched a manhunt to search the girl.
Ghaziabad police launched a search operation in the jungles of Morti near Raj Nagar extension, where her last location was traced to.
Ten teams of Ghaziabad Police were involved in the search operations. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, had instructed the Ghaziabad SSP to personally head the search operation.Ghaziabad Police were involved in the search operations. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, had instructed the Ghaziabad SSP to personally head the search operation.