Rachakonda: It is no exaggeration to say that there is no other hell than living away from the love of a lost parent. The Rachakonda police are conducting ‘Operation Muskan-VI’ from July 1 to 31 under the direction of the DGP of Telangana with the great intention of locating children, child laborers, and adolescents who are working in dangerous situations and taking them to their homes. As part of the operation, on the 13th of this month, a member of the Vanasthalipuram ‘Operation Muskan-VI’ team visited Mrs. G. Maunika Abdullapur Met’s ‘The Good Shepherd’ orphanage and compared the details of the children there on the Darpan app and found a missing girl.
According to Sangareddy police with details of Lakshmi (4th class, daughter of Ashok) ‘Bala Sadan’ Warden Mrs. Anasuja 17 August, Sangareddy police with a complaint lodged on 2019 embedded in the Darpan app (PCMadhu) on January 18, 2020, as part of ‘Operation Smile-VI’. On August 27, 2019, Lakshmi was spotted by police at the bus stop number 31 in Secunderabad and was admitted to The Good Shepherd Orphanage in Abdullapur Met for protection and nurturing as the girl could not give any details.
At the next hearing, Lakshmi said that her father’s name was Ashok and that her parents lived a nomadic life. In 2019, Vikarabad district said that Parigi had gone missing during the town weekend saint and that someone unidentified had enrolled her in Sangareddy Bala Sadan. For information about Lakshmi, the Abdullapur Met Police Inspector can be contacted on 9491030074.
Meanwhile, the Vanasthalipuram Muskan team, which found Lakshmi missing using the Darpan app, was lauded by Rachakonda Commissioner Mr. Mahesh Bhagwat IPS and handed over the prize. On this occasion, he said that citizens should immediately report any missing children, child laborers or adolescents working in catastrophic situations to the childline number 1098 or 100, WhatsApp to 9490617111 so that many lives can be saved.
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B. Bharath Reddy