Meerut police station adopted a teen Anmol, a 14-year-old boy, who had lost his father two years ago. His mother is now in a mental asylum knowing which SHO of the Kankerkhera area took him to the police station.
No matter how harsh this world becomes, some people prove that humanity is still alive. One such story has arrived from UP where Meerut police station adopted a teen who had “nowhere to go”.
A 14-year-old boy, Anmol had lost his father in an accident two years ago. His mother, after trying to cope with the husband’s loss, became mentally unstable and is now living in a hospital in Agra. Anmol did not even have his relatives. During such time, the Station House Officer of the Kankerkhera area, Sagar, decided to take Anmol to the police station.
Anmol’s mother had approached the police station three months ago making it the first time when the police station had got to know about the family. Since she was not in a good health, the police station had got her admitted to the district hospital.
Meerut police station has adopted a teen who is taken care by officials
The police station has become Anmol’s happy place now as he divides his time between his house and the police station. He spends a good amount of time with the police officials who look after him.
Police officers are also looking for Anmol’s admission to school as he wants to study.
Recently, this heartwarming story of Anmol had won the hearts of people over social media. He was seen cutting his birthday cake at the police station in a picture.
Meanwhile, the SHO has been asked to appear before the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) in Anmol’s case. Hence, Sagar, the SHO, will be appearing before CWC on February 17 carrying the overall information about Anmol.