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    Festival of lights Diwali is just few days away and markets are already flooded with colourful clothes, decorative items, colours and items related to the festival. People are also visiting the market in good numbers and crowded the markets. In such situation one has to take very good care of their children while going for shopping.

    One such incident happened near Karodia pole at MG road where a girl was separated from her family during shopping. The girl was crying and found by PI H.M Rathwa, LRD Laljibhai Sanjaybhai and TRB Jyotish Parmar. The girl narrated the incident to them and the jawans started searching for her parents.

    After half and hour search they finally found her mother and unite the girl to her parents. The moment was beyond explanation as both of them started crying after saw each other. The team also contact her father and inform him about the girl. The parents thanked the police for their humanitarian work.

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