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first_imgNew Delhi: With the help of small clues like school name, parents’ identity, father’s profession, Delhi Police reunited more than 100 children (including 2 Divyang) with their parents.Police said that some of the parents had lost hope that their children will not be traced. A strong team of 13 policemen from the Anti Human Trafficking Unit (North-East district) brought smiles on the face of the parents and their children. Deputy Commissioner of Police (North East) Atul Thakur said that the age group of recovered children were between 2 to 18 years. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic itemsThey hail from various states including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Bihar, Chatishgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal. Most of the children were from a poor socio-economic background. Revealing the stories behind the drive, an officer told Millennium Post that one of their head constables (HC) visited child home in Paharganj where he noticed that 13-year-old boy was weeping in the home. “HC Pradeep interacted with the kid but he was not ready to provide his address. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderAfter long persuasion, he took the name of the school in Punjab where he studies,” the officer said. Later, Punjab police were contacted who told about the kid. “We were informed that a case of missing was registered with Punjab Police. The phone number of the complainant in the case was obtained and he was contacted,” police said. The complainant told Delhi Police officials that prior to this, he received several phone calls from various persons claiming that they know about his child whereabouts and asked him to come with money. The complainant visited the spot with money but his child could not be traced. “We send a photo of his child and after satisfaction, complainant was reunited with the kid,” police said. A team under Additional DCP RP Meena led by Inspector Tanvir Ashraf reunited the kids. In another case, a boy gave a clue that his father is working in Kirti Nagar Pathar Market but he has no idea about the said place where his father wroks. A door to door search operation was made and his parents were traced. In another case 10-year-old child was reunited with his family. Police said that boy came to Delhi alone without disclosing any one to meet his mother, who was working somewhere in Noida UP. His father was mentally disturbed and did not lodged any report to police. In another case, a two-year-old child was reunited with his family in North East Delhi. After reuniting 101 children with their parents in 2018, a hundred children have been reunited with their families again in 2019(from January 1 to July 13) by AHTU of North East District Police.last_img read more