The child reached the court to file a case
New Delhi: A young boy in India has reached the police station to register a case against the theft in his class.
According to Indian media, a shocking situation arose in Andhra Pradesh’s Kurnool district when a primary school boy along with his other classmates reached the police station.
Upon inquiry by the police, the boy said that his pencil had been stolen from the class and he had come to the police station to register a case of pencil theft.
Hearing the child’s words, the policemen fell into a trance and smiled at the child’s innocence.
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Police officers made a video of the children who came to register the case and shared it on social media, which is going viral. It can be seen and heard in the video that the child who came to register the case of pencil theft is requesting a case from the police and he is accompanied by other children in the class.
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