Operation Smile: Rajnath Singh’s Push Helps Recover 2500 Missing Children

The Logical Indian

March 20th, 2015

NEW DELHI: Four months ago, a report landed on Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s table from the Ghaziabad Police. Pleasantly surprised to find that the police unit had recovered 227 missing children within 30 days by launching a unique campaign, ‘Operation Smile’, Singh decided to ask all states to emulate this campaign.

The plan has worked as at least eight states have told the Ministry that they rescued over 2500 missing children in the month of January alone by emulating the campaign of Ghaziabad Police.

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