State migration control unit ensures safe arrival after CM intervention
Ranchi, September 4: Acting on the direction of the Chief Minister, the state migration control room has successfully brought back a woman from Nepal.
The 32-year-old woman On landed at the IGI Airport, New Delhi from Kathmandu on Friday. At the request of the government, the Nepal women child and senior citizen department had deputed a female caretaker for her safe landing at New Delhi Airport. Tomorrow, she will be taken back to Ranchi. Later she will be sent to her residence in the Lohardaga district.
Aitbariya Kumari, who is now 32, had gone to Uttar Pradesh with her father, to work at a brick kiln nearly 12 years ago. From there, she went missing. A case was filed in the Gorakhpur police station of Uttar Pradesh. But, Aitbariya couldn’t be found anywhere.
Aitbariya is a resident of Masmona village under the Bhandara police station of Lohardaga. As per the details, from Uttar Pradesh, she was taken to Haryana and later sent to Nepal.
Her father is no more, her mother and other members of the family had lost all hope of her return.
One day, the information about her staying at an Ashram in Nepal emerged through a tweet by ASI Rajesh Kumar of Haryana Police. ASI Rajesh Kumar, during the investigation of another case, was informed by a Nepalese social worker about Aitbariya.
State transport minister Champai Soren brought up the tweet to the notice of the Jharkhand state migration control room. Chief Minister Hemant Soren released a strict order to work on the issue with utmost priority and bring Aitbariya back to Jharkhand. The team came into action and coordinated with the embassies of Nepal and India to ensure her safe return. After video conferencing and calls with her mother & elder sister, it was confirmed that she is the daughter of Late Birsa Oraon.
After making all arrangements, District Administration, Lohardaga was directed to arrange for her return from Delhi to Lohardaga.
Deputy Commissioner Lohardaga deputed Dhirendra Mahto, Labour superintendent to safely receive her in New Delhi. To avoid any confusion, her elder sister and brother-in-law accompanied him to Delhi. On Sunday, she will board the train to Ranchi.
Rescued Kumari Aitbariya thanked the Chief Minister and state government for bringing her back. Her family members are happy to see her back.
Deputy Commissioner, Lohardaga Dilip Kr Toppo said, “On the directions from the Chief Minister Shri Hemant Soren, the State Migration Control room contacted us with the details of the family. We sent our team to the families and after the identification process, the elder sister of Aitbariya along with her brother-in-law was sent to Delhi with the Labour superintendent.
“We are informed that rescued Kumari Aitbariya has been administered with both the doses of COVID19 vaccine. For precaution, we will get her and her family members tested for COVID19. Additionally, we will also cover her with different benefits of state government-run schemes. I have sought a report from the respective BDO about her house condition & others. If required, she will be provided with a house and Ration card,” the deputy commissioner Lohardaga added.
“Our government is committed to rescue every single child. We have suffered enough with this menace but anymore. If the case is related to trafficking, then I warn traffickers to stay away from our state otherwise, they will be dealt with the strictest action,” said Hemant Soren.