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Missing twin sisters rescued

Chittoor, Jan 24 (UNI) A twin sisters, studying Intermediate and left their house without the knowledge of their parents to become nuns, from a village in Katpadi of Vellore District in Tamil Nadu on Monday last were traced and rescued by Palamaner and Katpadi police on Thursday.
According to Palamaner Circle Inspector Sridhar, Viswanath, a businessman, has twin daughters and they have been studying in a private college in Tirupati.
When they went to their home town for Sankranthi festival holidays, their mother rebuke them over an trivial issue.
Their father has brought them to their kin’s village near Katpadi and from then they fled from the house.
Viswanath and his relatives searched for them at their known and relatives houses and in vain, Viswanath lodged a complaint with Palamaner police on Tuesday.
The Palamaner police filed a Zero FIR and transferred the case to Katpadi police and the teams of two police stations launched a hunt for them.
The police traced them in Yemmiganur in Kurnool district with the help of their mobile tower signals.
A police team went to Yemmiganur after informing police of that town about the twins and they brought back the duo to Palamaner and handed over to their parents late last night,
The duo revealed to police that they wanted to become nuns in Kashmir as shown in a Telugu movie ‘Desamuduru’ starred by Allu Arjun few years back.
They also stated that this was advised by one of their class mate.
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