Maharashtra Railway Police reunites specially abled teen 80 year old man with families
| Tuesday | 1st December, 2020
A 17-year-old specially-abled boy was reunited with his parents by the Kasara Railway Protection Force (RPF) on Friday.
In another case, Panvel RPF also reunited an 80-year-old man suffering from amnesia with his son, who is a taxi driver in Navi Mumbai.
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He said they had just arrived at Panvel station from their village in Latur when his father went missing.