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Scolded By Mother, 11-Yr-Old Cycles To Haridwar

New Delhi: An 11-year-old boy went on to place Delhi police on its toes when he set off for Haridwar on his bicycle simply because his mom scolded him. His dad and mom approached the police at South Rohini police station, and a case of kidnapping was registered on Friday evening.

What adopted was strenuous efforts by Delhi Police to search for the kid at varied railway stations and bus stops within the nationwide capital adopted by checking at varied highways and busy roads.

“During the investigation, it was known that recently the minor child had asked about trains to Goa and Paharganj railway station from his parents and he had also taken out around Rs 5,000 from the purse of his mother on the day he went missing. He got scared after his mother scolded him. CCTV footage also revealed that the minor boy had gone alone on his cycle towards Naharpur,” mentioned PK Mishra, DCP Rohini.

With out losing time and sensing the gravity of the matter, the DCP Rohini shaped a number of police groups underneath the shut supervision of Inspector Sanjay Kumar, SHO South Rohini.

Whereas one staff tried to search out the boy within the close by parks, and roads, and hospitals, one other staff searched parking plenty of Metro Stations, roads in the direction of Karnal bypass.

“Duty Officers of police stations of New Delhi Railway Station, Old Delhi Railway Station, and Hazarat Nizamuddin Railway Station were informed regarding the missing child and his photograph was shared with them on WhatsApp,” mentioned the police officer.

Because the boy went lacking at round 8.45 p.m., the police tried to search out the boy earlier than he may cross the Delhi border.

“Matching the time around when the boy went missing, we made a vague idea how far the boy could travel on his cycle to close in the search. He left without the mobile phone making our job difficult, we were also worried about his safety on the road,” mentioned one other police officer, aware of the search operation.

Lastly, at round 4.20 a.m, a police staff reached the Singhu border they usually noticed the lacking little one alongside together with his cycle at a tea stall, after crossing the border in Haryana.

“He was seeking the direction towards Haridwar from the tea vendor. The minor child was handed over to his parents safely,” Mishra mentioned.


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