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    Found the missing boy after seven hours of search

    In a noble act Vadodara police managed to trace and rescue a metally challenged boy went missing from Manjalpur area of the city. DCP Saroj Kumari and her team traced the boy in hours and unite him with his parents. The father of youth comes to Vadodara with his daughter for a Gynec treatment.

    As per details resident of MP Brijmohan Gupta came to Manjalpur area in Vadodara on 14th July for Gynec treatment of his girl. he was accompanied by his mentally challenged 21year old boy. However due to traffic in the area the boy went missing from his family and the father searched for him everywhere put aside the treatment of his daughter. They tried their best to find him but failed and finally informed the Manjalpur police.

    Meanwhile the matter went to Delhi Human Rights DIG Chhaya Sharma and she get in touch with Gujarat Home Secretary Brajesh Kumar Jha and request help in the matter. Brajesh talked to DCP Saroj Kumari about the missing boy and seek her help to trace him. DCP immediately formed three teams and after seven hours of search operation finally managed to trace him near a temple in Raopura area of the city. The tears in the eyes of the father was clearly seen after the missing boy was united with the family. The father and sister thanked the police department for their noble gesture towards them.

    Human Rights DIG Chhaya Sharma and Gujarat Secretary Brajesh Kumar Jha shared the efforts of Vadodara police on their social media accounts and thanked DCP Saroj Kumari and the Gujarat police for their gesture.

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