PCR reunites 3 missing children with families
NEW DELHI: The PCR MPVs displayed professionalism and humane face of police by reuniting three lost children with their families in two separate incidents in Karkadooma and Dilshad Garden.
In the first incident on May 27, at arund 7 pm a PCR was placed at Karkadooma metro station, noticed two children near metro station. The children were apparently distraught and confused.
The MPV staff immediately stopped and started taalking and consoling the children. On enquiry the children told their names as Aadi, aged four years and Gaurav 5.5 years and also informed that they have lost the way to their home.
The MPV staff immediately took them in the MPV and went towards police station Anand Vihar for further help.
When the MPV staff was passing through Saini Enclave market, they noticed some people gathered and looking tense.
On verification it was found that they were looking for the above missing children. One of the person identified himself as Montu, residence of Karkadooma village, father of the missing children.
The father and children were handed over to local police for legal formalities.
The second incident took place at 5.40 am on 28 May. The PCR staff received a call about a three-year-old child wandering alone in a street near Mrignayani Chowk, Dilshad Colony.
The PCR MPV immediately rushed to the spot and found the girl there.
"The girl could not speak properly and only signalled in a particular direction. The MPV staff along with the girl went in the direction, and also enquired in the area. After some efforts they traced the parents of the girl who were searching for her. She was handed over to her father, Mohd. Zuwer, R/o New Seema Puri, Delhi," said a senior police officer.
The prompt and timely intervention by MPV staff reunited the children with their families and averted any mishappening.