Cops tracing parents of baby rescued near railway tracks
New Delhi: Delhi Police have started a search for the parents of the three-month-old girl, who was rescued from near railway tracks of Anand Vihar railway station earlier this month.
Sources in the police said that they have registered a case in this regard.
The railway tracks at Anand Vihar railway station remain busy throughout the day. However, on April 4, fortune favoured the three-month-old child, as she was spotted lying near the railway line by the station master.
Without wasting any time, the police were informed and the baby girl was taken to hospital for treatment.
Police said they have started a search operation for the girl's parents, but so far they have not found any vital clues about their identity or location. They suspect that the child was intentionally abandoned on the railway tracks.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Railway) Perwez Ahmed said they are making all possible efforts to trace the parents of the baby.
"She was sent to the hospital for treatment, as soon she was found," said the DCP, addin that the baby was discharged after proper treatment from the hospital on April 7. Police further claimed that a flash message has been sent to all the states regarding the child.