RPF rescued over 400 children between April and June; 92 found in Mumbai Division. Mumbai News – Times of India

Mumbai: The rpf ,railway protection force) Of Central Railway 408 children were rescued between April and June this year, out of which 92 were rescued Mumbai Division,
The rescue operation was carried out in coordination with GRP (Government Railway Police) and other frontline staff from platforms under Operation Nanhe Farishtey.
This includes 318 boys and 90 girls who were reunited with their parents with the help of NGOs like Childline, said Shivraj Manaspure, chief spokesperson of CR.
Trained RPF personnel find children who come to railway station without informing their family, due to some quarrel or some family issues or in search of better life or city glitz etc.
These trained RPF personnel connect with the children, understand their problems and counsel them to reunite with their parents.