BHU student Shiv Kumar Trivedi has been missing for six months. The Allahabad High Court gave an ultimatum to the police of Varanasi till September 22 while hearing this matter. The court has said that the police should present the student till September 22 or CBI should be ready for investigation. Earlier SSP Varanasi presented its affidavit in front of Justice SK Gupta’s Division Bench. But the court was not satisfied with this.
Shiv Kumar Trivedi is a resident of Panna district of Madhya Pradesh. For the past six months, no clue has been found. His father is searching for his son by putting a poster in the street. The special thing is that BHU student Shiv Kumar went missing from the police station.
Shiv Kumar Trivedi, a student pursuing his BSc second year from BHU, was taken to the police station with him on the day of February 12. But since then nothing is known about him. Shiva’s father Pradeep Trivedi told that after the missing of his son Shiva from Lanka station, he also complaint on February 16 at the Lanka police station himself. But instead of investigating the police, they kept running around here and there.
The father then pleaded before the authorities. Finally, after the rebuke of the High Court, the police has become active. The police have also accepted that their son was brought to the police station in Lanka with him on 12 February after sitting in a 112 number car. But even after 200 days have passed, nothing has been known about the student.
Shiva’s father Pradeep told that he has sworn to remain barefoot till his son is not found and if his son is not found in a year, he will commit suicide in front of Lanka police station.
Bhelupur Circle ASP Ajit Baghel said that the missing report in the case of Shiv Kumar Trivedi has been written on 16 February. Pamphlets have been printed and distributed for his search. Other efforts also continue. Shiva’s social media account is also being investigated and a person similar to him is also being identified.