Suresh Prabhu never ceases to amaze us. His efficient use of social media has not only caused the rise in the number of ministers/political figures joining Twitter but also has gained him the love and respect of the people. And yet again, he proved that he is no less than a hero, by helping locate two girls from Bengal, who ran away from their homes after their CBSE results. Both the girls were 18 and ran away from their homes in 14 Parganas after they scored less-than-expected in CBSE.
The families of Tanisha Chandranath Chatraj and Anindita Swapan Bhowmik, lodged a police complaint and were able to track them down by their phones.
They came to know through phone surveillance that the girls were on board a train to Mumbai.
That is when one of the girlsâ€™ father tweeted to Suresh Prabhu for help who put the entire railway machinery on alert immediately.
The girls were finally found onboard the Gitanjali Express at Nashik Road station by RPF officials.