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Saturday, 9 July 2022

Missing boy found due to Collaborative quick action by ICWO, HSF, AHTC, SCI India and Childline

Indian Community Welfare Organisation -ICWO with the support of SCI India and Childline India successfully identified first child missing case in ICWO-HSF-AHTC Pilot Project which was recently started a few months ago.

Based on the information received from SCI India the boy was missing while he was travelling back from his Tirupur work spot to native place in Uttar Pradesh on 28th June 2022.

ICWO formed a team consisting of Mr.R.Ravikumar, Mr.K.Palani and Ms.Praveena Solomon. As the mother of the missing boy spoke only Bhojpuri language, ICWO informed Chennai AHTC colleges to identify the students who can speak Bhojpuri language to help in translation. Ms.Ardra Mathew a student from Chevalier T. Thomas Elizabeth College, who can speak Bhojpuri and 12 more languages at once volunteered to help in this mission of identifying the child with the support of Principal and the Professors of Chevalier T. Thomas Elizabeth College (CTTE).

After the arrival of the mother from Uttar Pradesh the team visited the Government Railway Police in the MGR Central Railway Station. The Police immediately uploaded the missing boy photo in their portal to identify him in all Railway Stations. The Crime Department were invited to enquire about the possibility of child involved in crime or arrested. The Crime Department gave a clean sheet for the boy that he was not involved in crime and not arrested.

Good News is that the boy was found on 8th July 2022 morning in New Delhi Railway Station and he handover to the relatives, who missed the train to Uttar Pradesh on 28th June 2022 on managed to board a train to New Delhi.

The mother and her relative appreciated and whole heartedly thanked ICWO Team, SCI India, HSF, AHTC, Chevalier T. Thomas Elizabeth College for Women(CTTE) Principal, Professor, Students,  Railway Police, Mr.Janak GOR, SCI-Maharashtra, Mr.Madhavan, Owner of Sriram Hotel for the free accommodation for the mother  & Childline India.

The Railway Police were very supportive during these entire proceedings of this successful case. ICWO thanks HSF & Dr.P.M.Nair, IPS (Retd.), International Expert, Human Trafficking Matters and our mentor for AHTC-Tamilnadu for a successful mission.

Indian Community Welfare Organisation-I.C.W.O Head office based atAnna Nagar West, Chennai can be contacted on 044-26184392, 98401-88821, 86101-55727. For information about AHTC clubs in Chennai contact Praveena Solmon, on 98415 19982.


1 comment:

  1. Thanks to the entire police department for solving the mystery case of a missing boy. These quick actions can help a son to reach their parents.
    Chennai Matrimony


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