BHOPAL : An android based mobile app Massom Milap to register lost and found children have been launched by the home minister Babulal Gaur on Wednesday. The app will help the people who will be visiting Simhasta and have lost the child.
The home minister launched the mobile app Massom Milap ‘helping lost children to reunite with their families’ in the presence of IG Rail AK Singh and the developer Young Indians Bhopal, in a press conference on Wednesday evening.
The minister informed that the App has been launched among all the GRP police force personals and especially focused on the Simhastha. In the mega fair if a child goes missing, the parent have to file the details through the app, the applicant also can come to the police station for the registration of complaint.
The minister asked the developers to upgrade the app which will include the kidnapped person and lost person details also.
The applicants have to file the details of the child, like age, colour, height, sex, language, cloths, native place and others. The details will be loaded on the App.
Similarly if a missing child is found the details will also be filed in the App, as soon as the details matched of the lost and found child, the parent will get the child.
The Confederation of India Industry chapters Young Indians Bhopal have prepared the application and have presented to the GRP police and state police free of cost. Hitesh Ahuja informed the ‘Free Press’ that the mobile app can be uploaded from Goole play store free of cost.
In the first phase the app is launched for the Simhastha latter it will be extended nation wide. The motive of the Application is to cut short the time between the lost and found of the child, with the parents.
The vertical head of the programme Shikha Ahuja informed the ‘Free Press’ that the organisation is running various services to sensitise the children about ‘Child Abuse’. In the last year around 10,000 students have been covered under the programme.