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Telangana police rescue 3914 children as part of operation Muskan, 478 cases registered

Telangana police rescue 3914 children as part of operation Muskan, 478 cases registered

Additional DGP Govind Singh inspects CID office in Warangal on 02-07-2019

Additional DGP (CID) Govind Singh, who inspected Warangal Range CID unit on Tuesday, reviewed the progress of cases.  

Operation Muskaan-V began on July 1st 2019

Director General of Police (DGP) M Mahendar Reddy on Wednesday inaugurated one-day training session at DGP office conference hall on 'Operation Muskaan-V' 

Aadhaar details coupled with technical evidence enabled the sleuths of the Crime Investigation Department (CID) trace a boy Dt. 17-05-2019

Hyderabad: Aadhaar details coupled with technical evidence enabled the sleuths of the Crime Investigation Department (CID) trace a boy, who went missing from his house at Sriramnagar Colony in Zaheerabad and reunite him with his family after six years.

Using Face Recognition, Telangana Police Find Girl Missing Since 2 Years Dt. 17-02-2019 With their tool, 'Darpan', police traced the child to an NGO in Madhya Pradesh.

HYDERABAD: With their face-recognition tool 'Darpan', Telangana police have managed to reunite a 7-year-old girl with her parents, two years after she went missing. The child had gone missing from Hyderabad and was found in Madhya Pradesh.

Operation Smile inauguration on 07-01-2019 to trace out the missing children

To trace out the missing children, children involved in child labour, bonded labour, micro industries, begging and trafficked children Operation Smile was inauguration on 07-01-2019.

Conference on ‘Anti Human Trafficking’ held in Hyderabad held on 27-10-2018

The Crime Investigation Department (C.I.D.) of Telangana State organized a Stat-level conference on ‘Anti Human Trafficking’ was organised by the Telangana State Police in collaboration with the Union Ministry of Home Affairs.

World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

At a function organized in the Police Head Quarters on 31-07-2018, the Director General of Police Shri Mahendar Reddy, IPS released the manual in the presence of Padmashree  Awardee  Sunitha Krishnan and the Addl. Director General of Police, CID Shri Govind Singh, Senior Officers in the city participated in the function. Survivor leaders Divya and Manisha thanked the Police Officers for rescuing them and appealed to all of them to become more victim centric.

CID uploads web link to help victims

For helping victims of the Agri, Abhaya and Akshaya Gold fraud, the Telangana CID has uploaded a link on Telangana State police website, www.tspolice.gov.in