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A five-year-old boy from Madhya Pradesh, who was found at the suburban Borivali station, was today reunited with his family by the Railway Protection Force.

The boy was found alone and crying at Borivali station by an RPF official yesterday. He said his name was Manoj Chand.

He also provided his father's mobile number. RFP officials then contacted his father.

As per the father's instructions, the boy was handed over to his uncle Appu Sangdiya today.

Manoj's father, his brother-in-and Manoj had come to the city from Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. While boarding a train to Dahod from Borivali, Manoj was left behind due to some confusion, an RPF official said.

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MP boy reunited with family after being left behind at station

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

A five-year-old boy from Madhya Pradesh, who was found at the suburban Borivali station, was today reunited with his family by the Railway Protection Force.

The boy was found alone and crying at Borivali station by an RPF official yesterday. He said his name was Manoj Chand.



He also provided his father's mobile number. RFP officials then contacted his father.

As per the father's instructions, the boy was handed over to his uncle Appu Sangdiya today.

Manoj's father, his brother-in-and Manoj had come to the city from Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. While boarding a train to Dahod from Borivali, Manoj was left behind due to some confusion, an RPF official said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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MP boy reunited with family after being left behind at station

A five-year-old boy from Madhya Pradesh, who was found at the suburban Borivali station, was today reunited with his family by the Railway Protection Force. The boy was found alone and crying at Borivali station by an RPF official yesterday. He said his name was Manoj Chand. He also provided his father's mobile number. RFP officials then contacted his father. As per the father's instructions, the boy was handed over to his uncle Appu Sangdiya today. Manoj's father, his brother-in-law and Manoj had come to the city from Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. While boarding a train to Dahod from Borivali, Manoj was left behind due to some confusion, an RPF official said. A five-year-old boy from Madhya Pradesh, who was found at the suburban Borivali station, was today reunited with his family by the Railway Protection Force.

The boy was found alone and crying at Borivali station by an RPF official yesterday. He said his name was Manoj Chand.

He also provided his father's mobile number. RFP officials then contacted his father.

As per the father's instructions, the boy was handed over to his uncle Appu Sangdiya today.

Manoj's father, his brother-in-and Manoj had come to the city from Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. While boarding a train to Dahod from Borivali, Manoj was left behind due to some confusion, an RPF official said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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