Missing women traced and reunited to family members by Amruthahalli police on Raksha Bandhan

Pramesh S Jain.Yogesh K Porwar

Raksha bandhan festival will be memorable for the Addi family as the Amruthahalli police managed to trace and reunited a 45-year-old woman with her family on Sunday who was missing from home for the last 16 days .

It was an emotional moment when the woman tied rakhi to her brother while the police personnel celebrated by cutting the cake at the station .

Senior officer told media persons that, after a missing complaint was filed by family members CK Baba,DCP, Northeast Division,who supervised the search operation,that a Coordinated effort with multiple people for 16 days and across 100 kms,finally helped us to find the sister who went missing from Bengaluru city a fortnight ago.

Swift and relentless coordination by our team was the key to this success.We thank everyone involved including a couple of Good Samaritans.

On August 6 2021,the Amruthahalli police received a complaint from Vivek Addi that his mother Rimi addi who had gone to Aster C.M.I hospital to visit her relative went Missing,

What was more shocking for the police was that Rimi was wearing 100 grams of gold valuables and she is new to the city and also not keeping well.

The Amruthahalli police swung into action and gathered CCTV footage of Aster CMI hospital, to find that she was riding pillion on a motorcycle heading towards esteem mall.

The police team further checked the CCTV footage from in and around Veerannapalya Govindapura and KG halli to find that she was taking lifts from different people .

The police printed the pamphlets and distributed them across the city and also inquiry was done near railway station and bus stops, Around 50 old age homes were checked and local intelligence network was alerted to keep an eye on the woman.

After 16 days,the efforts paid off with a few good samaritans who noticed a woman living outside a temple on Magadi road,matched the description and informed the police.

A team of police rushed to the temple situated in Baachenahatti near Chikkatippagondanahalli of Magadi road and brought her to the station.

The family was informed and on the day of raksha bandhan she is safe with her Family Tying Rakhi to his brother Prakash at Amruthahalli Station and Celebrating reunion by Cutting Cake.

Probe revealed that Rimi,who hailed from Ranchi an disturbed due to loss of a family member,had come to visit her brother who is a senior executive in a leading online marketing company .

Rimi is new to the city and except Bengali she doesn’t know any other languages.Because of this she was not able to communicate properly and had to suffer.

Despite being alone and wearing gold valuables , she was safe and many people whom she met helped her and even tried to help.But she roamed around before landing in a temple two days ago he added.

A good piece of investigation and efforts done by Amruthahalli police and good Samaritan people helped a family cherish on Raksha Bandhan festival with a memorable memories for their future.

On this Raksha Bandhan
We found a lost sister
For a brother,
Strengthening the ties
That binds us forever
Kudos to
PI Amruthhalli&his team
For pursuing this case
With utmost sincerity
And locating the missing woman. @CPBlr @BlrCityPolice CK Baba,DCP, Northeast said in his tweet.

Finally Bengaluru Police Commissioner,Kamal Pant has appreciated Addl CP East,S Murugan, DCP Northeast,CK Baba and PI, Amruthahalli and his whole team who were part of the operation trace missing women and reunite safely to family members a special reward will be given to the team and good Samaritan who helped in tracing the missing women he added.