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Friday, June 26, 2015

Bhopal - Making special efforts to trace missing children:

BHOPAL : Director General of Police Surendra Sing, speaking at a workshop on ‘Legal Rights of Children and Child Trafficking’ at PTRI here on Thursday, emphasised on showing special sensitivity towards children. He said police have launched a campaign to trace out missing children. He said policemen should show sensitivity towards children.
Sing said some children, stressed due to examination and results, leave their homes. There is a need to make parents and teachers understand the emotional state of children and make them aware of the ways to free them from stress.

Additional Director General of Police (Crime against women) Aruna Mohan Rao said children are the most vulnerable and sensitive citizens of the country. FIRs are being filed in cases of missing children. The number of girls recovered is lesser and that was a matter of concern. She said in cases of missing children, action under IPC, along with Juvenile Justice Act and POSCO Act should also be taken.


Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Bhopal, India - Kids go missing from shelter home, kidnapping case filed:

TNN | Jun 24, 2015, 12.15 PM IST

BHOPAL: A case of kidnapping was filed after two kids, a girl and a boy went missing from a shelter home Nitya Seva Society on Monday. A case of kidnapping was registered at Gandhi Nagar police station against unidentified accused. Kids who went missing are Ankush Batham, 12 and Tasleem, 11. 

They were seen till evening prayer, but found missing in counting during dinner. Officials said Tasleem was brought from Bhopal railway station while the boy was handed over by Child Line. The society works for needy street, slum and platform children. In April, a deaf and mute boy went away, but was later found. The two in question had reportedly gone in past and were found. Teams are on the job to trace missing kids and bring them back, police said. 

Source: The Times Of India - Bhopal