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Lady Constable Sunita Of Delhi Police Saved 73 Missing Children


Lady Constable Sunita Of Delhi Police: The country’s capital is Delhi. A female constable here is in a lot of discussions these days. It is being told that she has rescued 73 missing children in the last eight months. Of these, 15 children are below eight years of age, and the rest are around 16 years.

They traced four missing children in three days, between February 21 and 23. Presently Lady Constable Sunita has been posted in the Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) of the West Delhi district for the last year. Seeing his commendable performance, Delhi Police has decided to promote him to the post of head constable.

Who is Lady Constable Sunita Of Delhi Police?

Constable Sunita was admitted to Delhi Police on November 10 2014. After initial training, she worked in various units of Delhi Police, including the Police Control Room (PCR), C4I Command Room, CPCR, Police Head Quarter (PHQ). Then he was shifted to the Senior Citizen Cell of West District.


She has been working in the Anti Human Trafficking Unit of West Delhi for the last year. While working in this cell, he took the necessary steps against the trafficking of children. She traced the kidnapped and missing children in the shortest possible time. Not only the children, but they have also rescued the parents in some cases.

Where did the inspiration come from

In the year 2019, the Delhi Police Headquarters made a plan. Under this scheme, the Delhi Police encouraged those policemen who kidnapped and traced the missing children and introduced them to their families. At that time, the head constable of Samaypur Badli police station, Seema Dhaka, was the first woman policeman who had rescued more than 50 children in a year. This work was highly appreciated. Of course, Sunita got inspiration from him.

Commendable Work

On February 20, a seven-year-old boy had gone missing from his house. The boy lived in Vikaspuri, Indira Camp, Delhi. The police started an investigation based on the surrounding CCTV footage. Later Sunita searched for that child and introduced him to his family.


Similarly, on February 15, a 13-year-old girl went missing from her home in the Mayapuri area. In this case, too, Sunita found the girl.

On February 16, two children and their mother went missing from the Kanjhawala area. Police said that the ASI Suresh Kumar and Sunita together found all three of them.

To appreciate her work, boost her morale and inspire other police officers, Delhi Police has decided to promote constable Sunita. After promotion, Sunita will change from constable to head constable.

Ashish Kumar Mishra
Ashish Kumar Mishra
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