Aadhaar details of five-year-old girl missing for over three months help Haryana Police reunite her with family

A team of AHTU had visited Aadhaar card office in Sector -1 Panchkula to get leads about the missing girl.

Press Trust of India October 26, 2018 22:56:27 IST
Aadhaar details of five-year-old girl missing for over three months help Haryana Police reunite her with family

Chandigarh: The Haryana Police has managed to reunite a five-year-old girl, who was missing for over three months, with her family in Panchkula using her Aadhaar biometric details.

Aadhaar details of fiveyearold girl missing for over three months help Haryana Police reunite her with family

File image of Aadhaar cards. CNN News 18

The police said the girl had gone missing on 24 July from Patiala and a complaint in this regard was registered at the Anaj Mandi Police Station.

The girl was reunited with her family by the Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) of the Haryana Police in Panchkula.

A team of AHTU had visited Aadhaar card office in Sector -1 Panchkula to get leads about the missing girl.

"After completing the required formalities, the team handed over the girl to her parents at Bal Sadan in Panchkula," police said.

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