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Jammu Police reunites ‘abandoned’ kids with family in Pathankot Jammu Police

Jammu Police reunites ‘abandoned’ kids with family in Pathankot

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 26 Oct 2020, 05:14 pm

Jammu/UNI: Setting an example for its known professionalism, Jammu Police reunited ‘abandoned’ children with family in Pathankot district of neighbouring Punjab.

Police spokesman here on Sunday said that the police team headed by Station House Officer, Police Station Gangyal on Saturday evening noticed three children roaming near Kunjwani area under mysterious circumstances.

Police team approached them and found them crying, said the spokesman, adding, “the Station House Officer, Raghubir Choudhary with his team consoled the children and came to know that they were ‘abandoned’ by one of their relatives.”

The children disclosed their credentials in detail following which Police Post In-charge Greater Kailash Rohit Gandhi, was rushed to the native village of kids in Pathankot, Punjab and they were handed over to the family in presence of the Punjab Police.

The children namely Joona,7, Gurunam, one year and Priyanka,2, were also provided new clothes by the Jammu Police with some eatables.

The family, however, thanked the police.