Patna schoolchildren protest against kidnapping of six-year-old boy

     School students in Patna city protested on Wednesday against the kidnapping of a six-year-old boy. Shresht Sanjay was kidnapped at the gunpoint in Patna on Monday. Shresht is a standard One student at Christ church school in Kankarbagh area. Students of Montessori School in Patna organised a 'hawan' to pray for an early release of Shresht. "We are praying so that Shresht Sanjay comes home soon and celebrates Diwali and Durga Puja with his parents, " said Swastik, a student Meanwhile, students in West Point school observed a 'Black Day' by wearing black bands on their arms. The black band was to express their resentment against the rising incidents of kidnapping and ransom killings in the city. "Children are living in fear and that's why we have organised this 'Black Day'. We hope that the government listens to us and realises that the children are in trouble here and their education is under threat. We also hope that such incidents does not happen in future," said S.N Suhail, principal of West Point School. Shresth is suspected to have been kidnapped for ransom. However, the kidnappers have not made any demand yet. The police are interrogating the auto-rickshaw driver for further investigations in which Shresth was travelling before his abduction.

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