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Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has handed over the missing case of third year MBBS student of government-run Grant Medical College (GMC) or JJ Hospital to the crime branch for further investigation.

According to a recent media report in the Times of India, the move was announced by the Minister of State for Home Satej Patil in the Legislative Council on Thursday.

After leaving her home in Boisar, the 22 year old medico had gone missing on her way to the college to appear for an internal preliminary examination on November 29. Consequently, a missing persons complaint was registered at the Boisar police station.

Medical Dialogues team had earlier reported that the Bandra police had registered an FIR for kidnapping against unidentified persons in the case. The Boisar police had also formed special teams to find her.

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The Investigation had revealed that the medico got off a fast train at Bandra station and took a taxi to Bandstand. The Boisar police had stated that as per her call data record, she did not make any other calls apart from those to her family members.

Lately, the case has been handed over to the Crime Branch, reports TOI.

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