It was all smiles for Nadeem Pasha and Shazia after being reunited their 2-year-old daughter Tamanna, who had gone missing two days back at City Railway Station here. The couple arrived at Bapuji Children’s Home located in Gokulam 3rd Stage yesterday morning to be reunited with their lost daughter Tamanna.
Tamanna was found abandoned on Platform No. 1 at the City Railway Station on Monday at around 11 am by the public who later informed the Railway Police.
It may be mentioned, Railway Protection Force (RPF) Assistant Sub-Inspector Shivaswamy and Head Constable P. Ramesh had taken the child to their custody and tried to pacify her but to no avail. Then they informed the child Helpline.
Helpline Convenor Saraswathi and staff, who arrived at the spot, took possession of the child and, as per norms, sent her to Bapuji Children’s Home as she was less than five years of age.
After learning about the child being sent to Bapuji Children’s Home, Tamanna’s parents arrived at the Home yesterday morning. On seeing the child, both were overjoyed.
Speaking to Star of Mysore, Shazia, Tamanna’s mother, said that the child went missing at the Railway Station on Monday while she was purchasing a return ticket to Nanjangud. Depsite her searching every corner of the Railway Station, she was unable to find Tamanna and left for Nanjangud to inform her husband. Next day, Nadeem, Tamanna’s father, an autorickshaw driver by profession, also searched at the City Railway Station but in vain.
It is said, yesterday as he was leaving his house to place an advertisement in newspaper, one of his friends Naveen, a mechanic, informed Nadeem that the child was in the custody of Bapuji Children’s Home in Mysore.
Immediately, Nadeem and Shazia left for Mysore to find their daughter. They contacted the Child Helpline, where they were guided to Bapuji Home.
Tamanna was handed over to her parents after com pleting the formalities as per law in the presence of N.T. Venkatesh, President, Child Welfare Committee, Mysore District.It is learnt, Tamanna is suffering from Thalassemia (a blood disorder) and was undergoing routine treatment at K.R. Hospital in Mysore.
Courtesy : Star Of Mysore