Haryana Police reunites mentally challeged Patiala boy with family

November 29, 2018 05:39 PM

CHANDIGARH:  An 11-year-old mentally-challenged boy, who went missing from Patiala, was reunited with his parents by a team of Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) of Haryana Police Crime Branch. The team also traced a missing six-year-old boy who went missing from Ludhiana.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Police Department said that AHTU team comprising Assistant Sub Inspector, Rajesh Kumar, Head Constable Karam Chand and Constable Bhupender Singh had got information about a mentally-challenged boy, found at Ambala Railway Station. After getting clue about his address, a detailed investigation was made with the assistance of Patiala police. The missing boy was handed over to the parents after completing the required formalities. The family thanked the Police team for their help.

In another case, AHTU team got information about a six-year-old child who was walking alone at Railway Station Ambala. The team immediately swung into action and found that the name of the child is Suraj who had gone missing almost 20 days ago from Ludhiana. It also came to know that child has no parents. After adopting required procedure through Child Welfare Committee, the boy was sent to Bal Ashram Ludhiana.

Meanwhile, Director General of Police, Crime, Mr P.K. Agrawal all praised the efforts being made by AHTU team in reuniting the missing children with their family members.

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