Railway Police Rescues Missing Girl in Hubballi

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Bengaluru/Hubballi: Railway Police Force (RPF) traced and rescued M.K. Pujitha in a train that was heading to Bengaluru from Mumbai at the Hubballi Railway Station yesterday. M K Pujitha the eighth standard student studying in NPS public school was reportedly missing. The girl remained untraceable after boarding her school bus on August 24. A senior police officer said, “After rescuing her, the Railway Protection Force (RPF) and the local police asked her name and other details and crosschecked with the information and photographs provided by the Bengaluru police and it matched’’. Pujitha told the police that on August 24, she had taken Rs 600 from her mother claiming that she was taking part in a cultural event at school and had also brought a pair of old clothes with her. After getting down from the school bus, she went to the Yeshwanthapur railway station and boarded a train to Mysuru. She took another train to Ahmedabad the same night. After reaching Ahmedabad, she enquired with the local train ticket examiner (TTE) about details of trains to return to Bengaluru. The TTE had advised her to go to Mumbai and take a direct train to Bengaluru. He realized that it was the same girl who had gone missing and whose story had gone viral on the social media only after she boarded the train. He immediately informed her relatives in Hubballi, whose phone numbers were widely circulated in the networking sites. Her relatives acted swiftly and approached the Railway Protection Force in Hubballi. The RPF personnel from Hubballi swung into action and conducted a thorough search of all the compartments of all Bengaluru-bound trains coming from Mumbai. Finally, she was traced in the S1 compartment of Dadar-Tirunelveli train (No. 11021) on Sunday morning. “The girl admitted that she was depressed after scoring 18 out of 30 in her     test and wanted to run away from home. Hubballi RPF IOP Akhilesh Tiwari said Pujitha wants to become an IAS officer and that she is fond of traveling”. A missing complaint case had been foiled by her parents at the Srirampura police station.  ]]>

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