Hyderabad: Swathi Lakra, Inspector General of Police, Law and Order and in-charge of Women Safety Wing on Thursday said a total of 4,097 children including 3,613 minor boys and 484 minor girls were rescued under Operation Muskaan-V across the Telangana State in July. Out of which 1,648 children reunited with their parents or guardians. She said 2,266 children were admitted in rescue homes. Swathi Lakra further added that 1,192 children including 1,112 boys and 80 girls belonging to other States were rescued. Also Read – Vemulawada school seized after road accident Advertise With Us The teams also rescued 955 street children, 1,200 bonded labourers, 25 brick workers and 115 child beggars. By using Facial Recognition features on TS Cop App, Darpan and Child Track portal, the teams rescued vulnerable children from railway stations, bus stations, religious places, traffic junctions and footpaths. Women and Child Welfare Department maintains the database of children in Child Care Institutions, digitise it and share the information with Police Department who further compare photographs of missing children, trace and rescue them. Also Read – Non-bailable warrant to Congress leader Renuka Chowdhury Advertise With Us She further added that three missing cases had been solved across the State in this manner through DARPAN App. 478 cases were registered under various sections. Highest number of cases was registered in Cyberabad Commissionerate with 244 cases followed by Khammam 44, Rachakonda and Nizamabad Commissionerates 16 each. All the cases will be further categorised into trafficking and non-trafficking sections and monitored accordingly.