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Muzaffarnagar | Saturday, Sep 13 2014 IST
In a reverse Love Jihad in this trouble-torn district, family members of a 17-year-old girl have charged a boy of a different community with kidnapping their daughter and forcing her to convert to his religion.

Police here today said the minor girl had eloped with one Sanjiv Kumar on September 8 from Ladhawala locality here.

Some BJP leaders also came to ensure safety of the couple and met Inspector General of Police Meerut zone Alok Sharma to give full protection to the couple.

But the girl's family members lodged a complaint on September 9 against Kumar and three others for abducting their daughter and threatening their family.

In the police report, the family members of the girl alleged that she was forced to convert by the accused.

Tension gripped the area when the family members of the girl tried to pull away the girl, who was in police protection.

IG Sharma directed a probe into the incident while the girl has been sent for medical examination.

Police will produce the girl in the court on Monday for recording her statement which will throw light on the matter. UNI MB AD SD 1652 NNNN

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