A three-year-old girl who got separated from her family at the Tilak Nagar metro station on Sunday was safely reunited with them, thanks to prompt action by a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel.
CISF constable Kiran Kumar spotted the child wandering near the station’s security control room on the CCTV at 5.25p.m. on Sunday.
He immediately informed the shift in-charge. A CISF woman constable and other personnel were dispatched to help the girl.
“The personnel asked other passengers about the child, but no one could identify her. The little girl was brought to the station controller room, where a missing person announcement was made. However, nobody came forward to claim her,” a CISF spokesperson said.
Moments later, the girl’s mother Khusbu Saini arrived at the metro station frantic with worry.
“The woman was brought to the station controller room and after proper verification, the girl was handed over to her,” he said.
CISF restores bag to rightful owner:
The CISF returned a bag containing Rs.36,125 to its rightful owner, who had mistakenly left it behind at Uttam Nagar West metro station, an official said.
The unattended bag was spotted on Saturday at 7.55p.m. by CISF Head Constable Chinka Ram, who was deployed as screener on the X-ray baggage inspection machine.
“Mr. Ram immediately informed senior CISF officials. The bag was checked for security purposes. After ascertaining that there was no threat, the bag was opened in the presence of the station controller. It contained Rs.36,125, one mobile phone and keys,” the spokesperson said.
“After some time, a passenger named Anil Kumar Chhabra came to the metro station stating that he had forgotten his bag after putting it in the X-ray machine,” he said.
“Mr. Chhabra was given the bag after proper verification,” the spokesperson added.
CISF constable Kiran Kumar spotted the little girl wandering near Tilak Nagar metro station’s security control room on the CCTV at 5.25p.m. on Sunday