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Minor boy found at Kokrajhar railway station

KOKRAJHAR: A five year old minor male boy was found at Kokrajhar railway station in Kokrajhar.The boy was today produced before the  child welfare committee(CWC) Kokrajhar and has sent to child destination home at Anthaigwlao Chandrapara in Kokrajhar.

Kokrajhar RPF found the boy on 23rd July alone at railway station.Having found the boy,RPF intimate to the childline and childline brought at their destination home. Childline members today produced before the CWC and later handed over the boy to the destination home at Anthaigwlao Chandrapara for fifteen days.The boy has no any detail address or communication to make contact for sending back at his own house.

The boy has suspected that He was abandoned by his parent or left out at railway station while coming in Kokrajhar.The boy who himself identified that his name was Mofidul,but could not say more information about his whereabouts.

The CWC informed that the boy would be kept at destination home for fifteen day under strict care.

Chairperson of CWC Kokrajhar Malati Rani Narzary told that the boy was found at Kokrajhar railway station and today handed to the CWC.She said that the boy was supposedly left or abandoned by parent.She said that the boy has been sent at destination home at Anthaigwlao Chandrapara for his healthy state.She has appealed parents or guardians who have left or abandoned the boy to contact CWC Kokrajhar.She said if anybody want to contact,then contact at 9435026565.

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