After poor Class 12 results, two girls ran away and Suresh Prabhu helped find them

MAY 27:

After two girls who went missing from their respective homes in West Bengal, the helpless father of one of the girl s wasted no time and tweeted Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu who took prompt action in locating the girls.

According to highly placed sources, two girls identified as Tanisha and Anindita were disappointed with their CBSE 12th Board exam results declared on Sunday, and this was the main reason for them to run away.

Later, Tanisha’s parents lodged a complaint with the police and the phones of both girls were kept under surveillance and soon it was confirmed that both the girls were travelling on a Mumbai bound train.

On hearing this Tanisha’s father immediately tweeted Rail Minister Prabhu, asking for help.

Railway Minister, without further delay, said the railway administration to monitor all trains heading to Mumbai from West Bengal..

Railway Personnel were keeping an eye on all stations where trains travelling to Mumbai were halted.

The images of the girls were forwarded to them by the West Bengal Police and with the help of that the RPF personnel finally located the two girls on Gitanjali Express at Nashik station.

Tanisha’s family has thanked the Railway Minister for helping in finding the girls.


Source – The Better India

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