New Delhi: A female police head constable from the national capital Delhi has found 76 missing children in the last three months and brought them to the right place. On his bravery, senior officers of the Delhi Police gave him an out-of-turn promotion. Seema Dhaka, a female head constable posted at Samaypur Badli police station, has been given an out-of-turn promotion after finding more than 76 children in Delhi and other states. She has become the first woman policeman to receive such a promotion.
Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava on Wednesday promoted women police head constable Seema Dhaka to reunite the children of several families in the last three months. The police officer said that Dhaka, stationed in the outer north district, rescued 76 children in less than three months. Out of 76 children, 56 children are 7–12 years old.
Seema Dhaka said that she has rescued children from Delhi, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana and Punjab. She said that she had been working on such matters for months and said that her superiors inspired her to resolve more cases and help families.
He said, “My seniors and team members helped me get this promotion. I am a mother and never want anyone to lose their child. We worked round the clock on the missing report every day to save the children. “
Seema said that one of the most challenging cases for her was the release of a minor from West Bengal in October this year. The police team traveled in boats and crossed two rivers during the flood to find the child. Then he could reach that child somewhere.
Seema said that the boy’s mother had filed a complaint two years ago, but later changed her address and mobile number. We could not trace him but knew that he was from West Bengal. A search operation was launched. We went to a small village and crossed two rivers during the flood. We somehow managed to get the child out of his relative. The boy did not want to go home.
Dhaka said she has also worked in a number of cases where teenagers leave their homes after minor quarrels with their parents and later drown in drugs and alcohol. When we rescue the children, we consult them and take them to the police station. Most of these children are found near railway stations and bus stops. We talk to them and ask about their parents.
Working on such cases, Dhaka became infected with Corona in July. She then left for a three-week home quarantine. But, after recovering, she joined the duty again and got engaged in her work. Dhaka joined Delhi Police in 2006. He has worked in Outer Delhi, Rohini and Outer North Delhi. Her husband is also a head constable and posted in Rohini.