SHOCKING! Three Jaipur Kids Go Missing Behind The Baahubali Katappa Mystery


While the news of Baahubali breaking all box office records were still fresh, and the toxication of Baahubali was not yet out from the audience’s system, there happened a case which was bit scary bit funny and left the police stunned.

Wednesday which seemed to be just an ordinary day turned out to be an adventurous one for the Jaipur police who were left on the toes in search of three kids between the ages of 8 to 13 years who went missing. Even though after a lot of search operations the kids were found but the reason of them going missing was what left the police in shock.

As per reports in Hindustan Times, Guru Datt Saini, sub-inspector, Jhotwara police station, Jaipur, told the daily, ”We received information on Wednesday evening that three children, aged between 8 and 13 had gone missing from Shakti Nagar. Two of the kids were brothers and the third was one of their friends, we searched many areas of the city as it was a very serious matter. We used our network of informants and several vehicles were patrolling different areas through the whole night.”

And the police left no nook or corner of the city unsearched in their enormous search operation, which was being monitored right at the top level. In his quote, Assistant Commissioner of Police (Jhotwara) Aas Mohammed told Hindustan Times,

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“We consistently coordinated with the different search parties. The station house officer himself led the operation.”

Finally the kids were found and they are not abducted or lost, in fact, the three had gone to watch Baahubali 2 and in their eagerness to find out why Kattappa killed Baahubali, they forgot to inform their parents.

”They told us that they went to a nearby mall to watch Baahubali 2. But they couldn’t get the tickets and weren’t able to watch the movie. Following that they were worried that they were late and in fear of being scolded in their home, further strayed away and lost their way,” Mohammed told Hindustan Times.

”The children are safe, and we have dropped them at their homes…I haven’t slept for the entire night and will rest now. Please contact the police station for more details about the case,” Gur Bhupendra Singh, station house officer, Jhotwara told the daily.

We know that the Baahubali is a national sensation but all we hope is that it doesn’t cause any threats to anyone.

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