Good Samaritan reunites two girls with their families

Good Samaritan reunites two girls with their families

Kids ran away on way to school as they were pulled up over studies

Two minors have been reunited with their families out of the goodness of a woman’s heart. The girls aged 11 and 13 years ran away while they were on their way to school on Tuesday.

They took the extreme step as their parents used to pull them up over studies.

On Tuesday morning both the girls, residents of Uttam Nagar, boarded a Metro from Dwarka Mor station and alighted at Kashmere Gate Metro station. As the day passed, the girls got frightened and started crying.

According to police, at about 10.30 pm, they were seen by a passerby Raj Rani outside the Metro station.

 “She asked them about their whereabouts. The girls, who were completely drenched in the rain, broke down on hearing a sympathetic voice,” said a police officer.

The girls told Rani that they wanted to go to their homes, he added.

She brought them to her house in Sita Ram Bazar and gave them clothes to change.
“Then she spoke to one of the girl’s father, who told her that he had already given a complaint at Binda Pur police station,” he added.

“On this Rani brought the girls to the local police post at Turkman Gate in the area of Chandni Mahal police station. Police contacted the concerned Binda Pur police station,” the officer said.

It was found that an FIR was filed with the police station. The girls were handed over to their families.


“The girls could be recovered due to a timely help by a responsive and caring citizen Raj Rani. The lady is being recommended for a reward,” said Alok Kumar deputy commissioner of police (central district).

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