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Haryana Police reunites four missing people in just one-week

 


Chandigarh, 

March 21, 2021


Continuing its ‘proactive’ approach towards reuniting missing persons, the Haryana Police has once again reunited four missing people, including two children and two adults, with their families in just one-week of time.


Giving this information here on Sunday, a Haryana Police spokesperson informed that out of these people, who were from different states of Karnataka, Punjab and Bihar including neighbouring country Nepal, two persons were mentally-challenged who could share just ‘one’ word of information, which the Police followed as a lead and helped them find their families.


We strongly believe that a ‘proactive’ approach is must to achieve positive results. Our AHTU teams are in touch with most of the children’s homes in all the states and when the police learn about a missing child, we contact and counsel them and put our heart and soul in the process for positive results. Efforts are always on to trace as many missing children not only in the state but also across the country, he added.


In the first case, a 16-years-old girl, who was reported missing from Police Station Sukhar, Nepal since 2015 and living at Children Home, Kanpur was reunited with her family. The girl had informed only about his father’s name and village name in Nepal. The information was shared with an NGO in Nepal and then the girl was handed over to her father in the presence of Nepal Police on March 3, this year.


In another case, police traced a six-year-old boy, a resident of Jamalpur, Ludhiana, who went missing in August 2019, who was living in Gharonda Bal Ashram, Ghaziabad. Based on some important information provided, a photo of the child was sent to the family who recognized him as their own and finally handed it over to the parents.  


In a separate case, a missing lady (who is mentally disturbed) and went missing from district Araria (Bihar) for the last four years, was traced to a Shelter Home in Yamunanagar and reunited with her family. Police took orders from concerned authorities and handed it over to family members on March 3.


 


          The AHTU teams had also reunited another mentally unstable man, who was reported missing from Tumakuru in Karnataka for the last seven years. The missing man was found living in a shelter home in Yamunanagar. With special efforts, our team had traced his location and finally reunited with family members on March 7, 2021.

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