Alert head constable rescues boys kidnapped from Jhansi
NEW DELHI: A head constable of South East Delhi Police became the saviour for two young boys, who had been kidnapped from Jhansi, after he rescued them and help solve their kidnapping case.
Police sources said that on Sunday, the two minor boys, aged 13 and 12 – both residents of Rai Ganj in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh – were noticed roaming near Dargah Hazrat Nizamuddin by Delhi Police Head Constable Ashok Kumar.
Aware of the fact that some children had gone missing from Jhansi, he questioned the boys and came to know of their plight.
Kumar then began searching for their records and came to know that a case under section 363 of the IPC had been registered at Sipri Bazar police station in Jhansi about the boys' abduction.
Locals in Jhansi had also staged several demonstrations after their abduction.
Jhansi police, who had been searching for the boys for some time, were contacted and the boys are soon to be reunited with their parents.
DCP (South East) Romil Baaniya praised his police personnel on Twitter, saying, "#Vigilantofficer HCt. Ashok kumar #SouthEastDistrict traced 02 minors near Dargah #HazratNizamuddin and reunited with their families. Both were kidnapped from #Jhansi #UP which led to serious protests in Jhansi #Emotionalreunion @DelhiPolice #WithYouForYouAlways."