Tuesday, Sep 23, 2003
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By B.S. Ramesh
According to police, the children had walked out of the shelter when they noticed that the watchman was not at the gate. The watchman had gone out to attend nature's call. The children slipped out of the home during his absence. The Superintendent of Ashraya Home lodged a complaint with the Indiranagar police. Ashraya Home houses 40 children.
Even as the tension about the missing children mounted, the police told the home authorities about the presence of the children in Ulsoor Police Station. The children had walked to the Gurudwara near Ulsoor Lake and were playing near there when a stranger, Srinivas, noticed them.
Mr. Srinivas had seen the photographs of the children in a leading Kannada evening newspaper. He immediately took the children to the Ulsoor Police Station.
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