‘Kissa Khaki Ka’: Gurpreet Kaur came as an angel for 56 families, know how happiness returned in 3 months

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In this issue of Delhi Police podcast #KissaKhakiKa, the story of Head Constable Gurpreet Kaur, who reunited 56 missing children with their families in just 3 months, became a joy to the estranged.

Now Delhi Police is also taking new steps one after the other in the digital world. In this era of digitization, Delhi Police is now taking its word to the people of Delhi through audio presentation. Qissa Khaki Ka, the official podcast of Delhi Police Podcast, which is bringing to light many stories of humanity, courage, crime and justice through its weekly episodes, this Sunday featuring the story of Head Constable Gurpreet Kaur, Who joined the 56 missing children with their families in just 3 months, became the happiness on the faces of the separated people.

The podcast ‘Kissa Khaki Ka’ is narrated by renowned media teacher Vartika Nanda, who is also working on prison reforms through her radio program initiative. It is also available on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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In December 2021, the case of the disappearance of a 13-year-old girl came from the area of ​​Delhi. Later it was found that she had left the house with a friend and went somewhere. The search has started. There was no way, but Head Constable Gurpreet Kaur found a solution and the way to find both girls became Head Constable Gurpreet Kaur’s intelligence and one girl’s Instagram account. Today both the girls are with their family.

Actually, in 2021, Head Constable Gurpreet Kaur was given posting in Anti Human Trafficking Unit. Within three months, Gurpreet Kaur reunited 56 missing children with their families. Three of these children were between 1 and 8 years old.

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One day the case of missing another girl child came. This time Gurpreet Kaur tried to find the accused who had gone missing with that girl through her school diary and copies. Gurupreet was successful in this search as well. Similarly, he also solved 7 cases under the POSCO Act.

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Gurpreet Kaur has done MA in Punjabi Literature from Delhi University. Apart from this, she has also been a gold medalist. After this he did his M.Phil, the subject of which was Western Punjabi Literature. Along with this, his wish to join the Delhi Police was fulfilled. Today Gurpreet Kaur keeps a special watch on the streets of Delhi that no child is kidnapped.

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