Muslim youth returns to his parents after seven years of upbringing in a Hindu family

A 19-year-old Muslim youth returned to his parents after being brought up in a Hindu family for seven years. Mohammad Amir, who was physically challenged, went missing from his hometown Jabalpur in 2012. He somehow landed at the Nagpur Railway Station. A Hindu family took him to their home and raised him for seven years. However, On June 30, Mohammad Amir has reunited with his Muslim parents.
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Mohammad Amir went missing at the age of eight. The police could not locate his house. Later he was handed over to a Government childcare home in the city. After that, he was taken to another house run by Samarth Damle, a social worker. Mr. Damle and his wife Lakshmi raised him.
Incidentally, while receiving his Aadhar Card for his SSC exam 2021, it was discovered that the boy Aman (named by Damle) was actually Mohammad Amir, and was a resident of Jabalpur. So, Mr. Damle contacted his parents and handed over Amir to his biological father Ayub Khan and mother Mehrunnisa, ABP Hindi reported.