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KASARAGOD: The search to trace four-year-old Sana Fathima, who is feared to have been swept away in a swollen stream, joining an adjoining river, at Panathur here, went in vain on Monday, the fifth day. Expert divers braved the rough weather and downpour to search the flooded river extensively.

The search was called off at 4 pm because of fading light, M Sunil Kumar, Vellarikundu Circle Inspector said. However, local people have raised apprehensions about the girl being abducted by a nomadic group. The police have alerted stations across Kerala and Karnataka, he said.

The Kerala State Commission for Protection of Child Rights has registered a suo motu case expressing deep concern over the failure to trace the girl.

The commission, taking into account media reports, has asked the Superintendent of Police and the district Child Protection Officer to furnish within 15 days the progress of the search efforts, an official release here said.

Sana Fathima, daughter of Ibrahim, an auto driver, went missing from near the stream close to her residence at Bapunkayam near Panathur.

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