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Two lost UP siblings reunite 1 monthd with their parents within

Thane, Feb 11 (UNI) Two girls from Uttar Pradesh, both sisters, who
had been reported missing and found at Thane railway station last
month, were reunited with their parents in less than a month on
It was on January 15, the Thane city police found the two siblings
-- a girl aged 17 (Who was mentally-challenged) and her younger
sister aged about 3 to 4 years in an abandoned state at the Thane
railway station.
As they could not tell their address in the hometown, the Kopri
Police took charge of the duo and presented them before the Thane
Magistrate, who ordered to admit the elder sister in the Thane
Mental hospital for treatment and the younger sibling be lodged at
the Janani Ashish Sansta in Dombivili town of the district, police
The Magistrate also ordered the Thane city police to look for the
parents of the two sisters.
The city Crime Branch formed a special team to search for the
parents of the siblings and they enquired with the teenager lodged
in the mental hospital with the help of a female assistant.
Acting on available information, they contacted the Station House
Officer (SHO) of Dildar in UP and sought his help to trace the
family of the missing girls.
The Dildar police flashed the message about the missing girls on
WhatsApp groups and came in contact with the parents of the girls.
Upon confirmation, the girls were finally reunited with their
parents today.
Giving details about how they landed in Thane, police said that the
sisters had on January 10 left their house along with their paternal
aunt to her house at Tulsi Ashram in UP.
After a short stay of two days there, they set out on their return
journey by train but they boarded a wrong train and arrived at Thane
on January 12, when the Thane police spotted them and took their
custody, they added.
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