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Haryana police help Bengal girls in reuniting with family after eight years


 

Chandigarh, 

23 September, 2020


The Anti Human Traffic Unit (AHTU) of Haryana Police, has reunited two West Bengal girls with their family nearly after eight years.


The duo, two real sisters aged 18 years and 16 years, hailing from district Alipurduar in West Bengal,  had gone missing nearly eight years ago and were reunited on September 6.


An official spokesperson informed that including these two girls, a total three missing children and a woman were reunited by the state police with their families in the month of September, this year. 


The third kid hailed from Rajasthan while the woman hail from Uttar Pradesh, he added.

          

He said that the AHTU team got information about the missing children and woman who were living in shelter homes and juvenile homes of Jhajjar, Panchkula and Karnal. Working on the counselling and other evidence with the help of Rajasthan, West Bengal and UP Police, all three missing children and a woman were handed over to their families after completing the required formalities.

          

One girl, who went missing for the last 10 years from district Jhalawar, Rajasthan, reunited with parents on September 22. Being merely 6 years old at the time of missing, she was clueless about her whereabouts.


A woman, aged about 30 years, who went missing from Lucknow  in Uttar Pradesh was reunited on September 17, 2020.

          

Meanwhile, Director General of Police, Crime, Mohd Akil praised the efforts being made by the AHTU team in reuniting the missing children with their family members.

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