Motorway Police reunites lost boy to his Parents

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ISLAMABAD: As per details, the officer of NH&MP N-5 North Zone were on routine duty. Chief patrol officer of beat 1 was also static with the T/2 Officers, in the mean while a person namely Mathi Ullah came to them and told them that his nephew aged 15/16 years has left home due to some misunderstanding with his parents and now intends to go to Rawalpindi via G.T road. They requested us for helping them to intercept the boy, as the boy was waiting at Wapda Colony stop to collect money for the fare of the PSV ( as per his uncle).The tiger 2 Officers were directed to rush to the scene to help them intercepting the boy. When the T/2 mobile reached at the scene, the boy was standing there. Initially he tried to escape but was immediately intercepted. Chief patrol officer also reached at the scene. After long counselling and negotiation, the boy agreed to go with his uncle (Mathi Ullah).After codal formalities he was handed over to his uncle and brother. He was obliged and very thankful for the efforts of NHMP for their honesty, courtesy and service. The DIG N-5 North Zone Mohammad Alam shinwari admired and appreciated the efforts of the officers and expected the same enthusiasm by all the officers of N-5 North Zone in discharge of their official obligations.

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