The Naga Students’ Union Bangalore (NSUB) and the Eastern Naga Students’ Union (ENSUB) have rescued five minors from Nagaland who had fled their homes in search of employment in Bangalore. The five were class IX students who ran away from their homes in Nagaland without the consent of their parents and reached Bengaluru on March 7. According to the students, they decided to do so since they do not like school life. They managed to book train tickets with money they had stolen from their parents. While on their way to Bengaluru, the students lost all their money and mobile phones in the train.
They were left behind with no money, trapped in Bangalore railway station. The NSUB and ENSUB informed that they were accosted by an auto driver who recommended them for a job in a restaurant. They worked there for a day and left; after which they joined another restaurant. It was in the second restaurant that the NSUB and ENSUB reached them. The student’s parents had contacted the office of the NSUB and ENSUB on March 13, after which the organizations stepped in, helped rescue the students and gave them shelter until their parents came to Bangalore to pick them. It was informed that all of them are now safe and have reached Nagaland.
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