Six-Year Journey Of A Family In Search Of Their Missing Daughters: ‘These Are Our Kids’

On March 19, the Delhi Police issued a press release about a girl who had gone missing eight years ago from North East Delhi and had been tracked down to Kanpur. While following the story, I got in touch with a few CWC officials, including Girish Awasthi, who had helped reunite Aarti with her family. While discussing the case, Awasthi mentioned two sisters who had gone missing six years ago from Delhi, and were staying at a private NGO home in Kanpur. The girls had told officials their father’s name was “Pappu”.
Awasthi had been trying to trace the family for some time now. He told me the date the girls had been found by officials, and I used the same to run a search on ZIPNET. I also found that their photos matched that of two missing girls on the portal.
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On March 19, the Delhi Police issued a press release about a girl who had gone missing eight years ago from North East Delhi and had been tracked down to Kanpur. While following the story, I got in touch with a few CWC officials, including Girish Awasthi, who had helped reunite Aarti with her family. While discussing the case, Awasthi mentioned two sisters who had gone missing six years ago from Delhi, and were staying at a private NGO home in Kanpur. The girls had told officials their father’s name was “Pappu”. Awasthi had been trying to trace the family for some time now. He told me the date the girls had been found by officials, and I used the same to run a search on ZIPNET. I also found that their photos matched that of two missing girls on the portal. - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/indi...