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19 year old girl killed as she refused to do prostitution

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Days after her murder, the body of a 19-year-old receptionist who vanished from the grounds of a luxury resort owned by Pulkit Arya, a BJP leader’s son, was discovered by authorities in a canal in Rishikesh. The discovery of the woman’s body by the police close to the Chilla power plant shocked the northern state. The Vanatara Resort in Rishikesh is being razed per the directives of Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami. District Magistrates were given strong instructions by Dhami to look into all of the state’s resorts on Friday, September 23. Additionally, the Chief Minister has mandated that resorts that are operating unlawfully would be subject to the appropriate legal punishment.

Pulkit, a former head of the Uttarakhand Mati Kala Board and the son of a BJP leader from Hardiwar. Despite not having a government position, Vinod Arya has been given the rank of state minister. According to Pauri Additional Superintendent of Police Shekhar Chandra Suyal, Pulkit Arya, the resort owner, manager Saurabh Bhaskar, and assistant manager Ankit Gupta were detained after they admitted to killing the missing girl and tossing her body into the Chilla Canal.

Pulkit, a former head of the Uttarakhand Mati Kala Board and the son of a BJP leader from Hardiwar. Despite not having a government position, Vinod Arya has been given the rank of state minister. According to Pauri Additional Superintendent of Police Shekhar Chandra Suyal, Pulkit Arya, the resort owner, manager Saurabh Bhaskar, and assistant manager Ankit Gupta were detained after they admitted to killing the missing girl and tossing her body into the Chilla Canal.

They initially attempted to deceive the authorities, but after being harshly questioned, they confessed to the crime, according to the ASP. He added that a team had been dispatched to look for the girl’s body in the canal and that the case had been solved in less than 24 hours since it had been turned over from the revenue police to regular police.According to authorities, a Kotdwar court sentenced the three defendants to a 14-day period of judicial imprisonment.After the girl’s parents failed to locate her in her room, a missing complaint was made at a local police station.Director general of police (DGP) Ashok Kumar said, “However, whether there was a prostitution racket or it is a solitary instance of Ankita being forced to offer services to Ankit is not known yet.”

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