Her husband Chetan Malik, a local builder, has filed a complaint with the police. “From among Noida police officers, only SP Dinesh Yadav is doing his bit”, he said.
Meerut Range Inspector-General of Police Sujeet Pandey is in Noida to supervise the investigation in the case. The duration of the call was just 10 seconds and she did not speak anything.
Chetan Malik said that Shipra left home on Monday evening telling that she was going to Chandni Chowk and her brother found her vehicle near the house. “She would often make trips to Chandni Chowk to buy fabric and other raw materials”. The last call made by the victim’s mobile phone was to 100.
According to India Today, Malik’s Maruti Swift auto was found abandoned 500 metres away from her home in Sector 37, Noida. She returned home after 40 hours, saying her abductors had released her without harming her.
“Her family members suspect the involvement of her old landlords Rahul and Gulshan Taneja in the disappearance”. However, the family hasn’t received any ransom call as yet. “On Monday, she left around 1 p.m. for Chandni Chowk”, said the woman’s father-in-law Virendra Malik.
The side view mirror on the driver’s side was folded and the auto keys were found on the floor mat. Her last location is Lajpat Nagar. “Her mobile was switched off since that afternoon”, he said, adding there was no dispute or enmity with anyone. The incident claimed importance with the kidnapping case that was occurred few weeks back where a snap deal employee was kidnapped by some group of kidnappers when she was returning from work.
Shipra, who hold a degree in fashion designing from Pearl Academy, in Delhi married Chetan in 2012.