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Search on for missing advocate

By Our Staff Reporter

BANGALORE, JAN. 23. Search continued for Chitralekha Urs, daughter of the late M.P. Chandrakanth Raj Urs, former judge of the Karnataka High Court, who went missing on Monday. The 38-year-old is a practising advocate.

Ms. Chitralekha Urs went missing from her house on Palace Road with her Hyundai Accent car. Her sister filed a complaint with the High Grounds police on Wednesday. Following information, a police team led by the Cubbon Road police inspector, Jitendranath, which went to Mangalore, found her car on Thursday in Mangalore South police station limits.

The city Police Commissioner, S. Mariswamy, told presspersons here on Friday that two police teams had been sent to Chennai and Mangalore to trace the lawyer.

They were sent to these cities on the basis of clues obtained by the police during investigation.

Meanwhile, the city police team, which is handling the case, is questioning people acquainted with Ms. Chitraklekha Urs in an effort to trace her.

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