Women cops help to unite missing girl with her parents

DCP, South Delhi, Vijay Kumar said that a good Samaritan on Sunday around 6 PM approached Lodhi colony police station along with a four years old girl and informed to police that the child girl has been abandoned by someone and was found crying on the road near Sai Baba Mandir in Lodhi colony area.

Staff Reporter

New Delhi

Delhi police women constables on Sunday evening helped a four-year-old missing girl to get reunited with his family in South Delhi‘s Lodhi Colony. The four-year-old child had gone missing from some time and when the child was brought to the police station, the lady constables spoke to the child and get the name of the parents.

DCP, South Delhi, Vijay Kumar said that a good Samaritan on Sunday around 6 PM approached Lodhi colony police station along with a four years old girl and informed to police that the child girl has been abandoned by someone and was found crying on the road near Sai Baba Mandir in Lodhi colony area.“The local police swung in to action and pressed all beat and emergency ERV, QRT staff in to action and constant announcements were made from the Public addressing system of Sai temple. The patrolling vehicles were continuously kept announcing the particulars of the girl child, nearby JJ clusters.

“Initially nothing fruitful resulted. However, women help desk staff constable Rekha and Anju managed to decipherer the name of child’s mother from the crying child and soon things fall in line and ultimately the parents of the child were traced in Jor Bagh area,” DCP said.

“Subsequently, the child was restored with her mother Munni Devi, a resident of Jor Bagh. DCP praised the work exercise of the above woman constables who playing exemplary role and compassionate behaviour towards the missing children in need of care and protection and united her with her parents,” DCP further said.

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