Mohammed Hussain\r\n\r\email@example.com\r\n\r\nHyderabad: The Cyberabad Police is going to implement \u2018Operation Muskaan-V\u2019 from Monday to trace missing and destitute children and to reunite them with their parents.\r\n\r\nLaunching the campaign poster Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar said, \u201cThe campaign would be a continuation of Operation Smile organized in previous years in all districts of Telangana, would continue till July 31. The aim of the programme is to prevent child trafficking and rescue children from persons who tried to engage them in begging, human trafficking and other antisocial activities.\r\n\r\nThe operation also aims to rescue these children, produce them before the Child Welfare Committee and take a decision about reuniting them with their parents, provide education or send them to child welfare homes,\u201d Commissioner VC Sajjanar said.\r\n\r\nUnder the operation, specially trained police teams would screen all children residing in shelter homes, railway platforms, bus stands, roads and religious places. Each team will consist of one Sub-Inspector, Four Police Constables and one women office in each sub-division. They would also extract the required information from these children, by using the Track Child Portal which includes the entire data of a missing child. He said.\r\n\r\nOperation Muskaan is a month-long programme jointly carried out by the Cyberabad Police, the Departments of Labour, Revenue and Women and Child Welfare Committee among others.