Madhya Pradesh / Chitrakoot / Satna / Gautam Solanki

Madhya Pradesh: A businessman's sons kidnapped at gunpoint from their school bus in Chitrakoot, ASP Satna, Gautam Solanki says, ' We will be able to reach the children soon, we have informed everybody. Can’t say much right now.'

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