Three mentally challenged boys named Monu, Omprakash and Neelakanta finally get to meet their parents on Tuesday, all thanks to Aadhar. All the three boys who were joined in state-run child care center on Hosur Road, Bengaluru. This center is founded for the orphanage kids.
Aadhar enrollment drive took place in Bangalore in the month of March at government children welfare. The officials of the drive took all the bio metrics of all the boys. However, they were not able to assign unique ID’s to three boys as they are already registered.
All the three children are aged between 12 -18 years. They are rescued from railway stations and taken to the state-run children’s home in Bengaluru. One of the kids is from Madhya Pradesh, one from Chittoor in AP and the third one belongs to Jharkhand.
“In the case of Monu, he was registered as Narendra in Indore. When we approached the boy’s family through district field officers. They realized that there’s a missing complaint lodged in May 2016. The father of the boy is coming to take him back,” said a UIDAI official.
Likewise, other families were also traced through addresses and were on their way to take their boys home. Omprakash from is missing since April 2016. While Neelakanta from Chittoor is missing since 2014. Aadhar is very helpful in cases of trafficking too in future, officials said.
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