Delhi Police reunite 11 missing children with families

New Delhi, June 19 (IANS) Eleven children from across India and Nepal living in shelter homes here have been reunited with their families, Delhi Police said on Friday.

“Eleven children aged between 12-16 years were united recently with their families,” Joint Commissioner of Police Ravindra Yadav said.

“Two of the children were residents of Nepal while others belong to Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, West Bengal and Delhi,” Yadav said.

In addition, Delhi Police have till date reunited 142 children with their families under “Operation Milap”, a special drive launched in 2014 by their Anti-Human Trafficking Unit to unite missing children with their families.

“Our officers would check each and every missing child across various children shelter homes, railway stations and other places. We would undertake all possible efforts to get clues about their parents so that they are reunited with their families,” he said.

Yadav said most of the children left their homes on their own in search of job or for other reasons.

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