Pune: Two Children Run Away From Shelter-Home, Had Gone Out To Fetch Ball

Hadapsar Police Station
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Hadapsar, 15th September 2022: Two boys ran away from a children’s shelter in Hadapsar after going outside the gate to fetch a ball while playing cricket. The runaway children are 13 and 12 years old.

The coordinator of the organization, Sanjay Shirasath (38) has filed a complaint at the Hadapsar Police Station.

According to the police, Shirasath is the coordinator of Shree Sai Sevabhavi Sanstha’s shelter for children. 10 to 12 days ago, two children were admitted to his institution. One of the boys is from Andhra Pradesh, and it was understood during his counselling after he was admitted to the shelter home that he did not have a mother. He was brought up by his grandmother in Andhra Pradesh.

However, this 13-year-old boy came to Pune by train because of his home environment. After he was found wandering, he was produced before the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) and was sent to the shelter home in Hadapsar.

The second boy is 12 years old and left his education only after 2nd grade. As his parents were separated, he got down to Pune by train after seeing the situation at home. After finding that no one was with him in the railway station area, he was also produced before the Child Welfare Committee. He was then sent to the shelter home in Hadapsar. Both were admitted to the shelter 12 days ago.

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Both the boys were playing cricket in the shelter house around 3 pm on Wednesday. At that time, after the ball went out of the gate, the two told a female teacher that they would bring the ball. However, after waiting for a long time, the two did not return with the ball. So, a search was made for them, but neither was found. After that, Shirasath, the coordinator of the shelter, reached the police station and filed a complaint regarding their disappearance (kidnapping). Accordingly, those two boys are being searched for and further investigation is being conducted by Police Sub-Inspector Saurabh Mane.

“After these children were found at the railway station area, they were produced before the Child Welfare Committee and were sent to our shelter home. We were in contact with the child’s grandmother from Andhra Pradesh. She had also left for Pune. This situation has come to the fore. After that, a complaint has been filed at the police station,” Shirsath explained.

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