Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Air India Staffer Still Missing, Case Shifted To Crime Branch

Almost two months after Delhi Police failed to locate a missing Air India woman employee, the case has been handed over to the Crime Branch.
Sulakshna Narula, 57, went missing from outside her Pandara Road house in the heart of Delhi on September 30, leaving her family in distress.
"After our continuous pressure, the case was transferred to Crime Branch last Thursday and their team met us the very next day," Anubhav Narula said.
The distraught son expressed the hope that the Crime Branch might be able to trace his mother.
The family also contacted all relatives, put up posters on auto-rickshaws and even created a Facebook page in a desperate bid to locate her.
Abhinav Narula suspects that his mother may have been locked up at some Ashram as she was a religious person and was facing acute depression since 2007 as her promotion was denied to her even as a junior was made her boss.
She was diagnosed with Bipolar disorder -- an illness related to mood swings ranging from depressive lows to manic highs -- on July 24.
 "She was taking pills to cope with the depression. Because of her problem, we were not letting her go out of the house alone for a few months. The last time she visited her office was the first week of September. On the day she went missing, she left the house without her phone, money and medicines.
"I was to take her to Yamuna Ghat. We stepped down the stairs. As I forgot something, I told her to wait for a moment and went up. When I came back, she was missing. It all happened within minutes. I don't know where she went. We tried to search her everywhere," said Abhinav Narula.
27/11/18 IANS/Mid Day