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Minor girl rescued

Locals  rescued a girl child from Tangla railway station on Thursday noon. The 14 year old girl was found loitering in the station.The girl child was later handed over to GRP police on Friday.
The girl hails from Phulandar village under Dhulian PS in Murshidabad  of West Bengal . The distressed girl child is suspected to run-away from home.The girl child was later handed over to ROSS child care home authorities .The local child welfare committee (CWC) will now counsel her and work on sending her back to her family. Police and locals have also contacted Dhulian PS of West Bengal to trace the whereabouts of her family members.  The girl child divulged that her father is one Mohammed Momin.

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Recipient of The Annual Colosseum Awards 2014 & 2015 (by The Assam Tribune group), Shajid Khan is an Independent journalist based in Assam. He has contributed numerous political, socio-political stories for bountiful national,international as well as Assam based publications including The New York Times,Firstpost,The Telegraph. He also pens down analytic commentary on print and web based publications.

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