The missing boy from Tripura’s Agartala was found in Kolkata on Monday night.

Udayan Chakraborty, a class VIII student of Don Bosco School of the city who was missing from Saturday has been found at Sealdah Station on Monday night at around 9:30 pm.

The Railway Protection Force (RPF) detained the boy.

Police started search operation since he went missing from Saturday evening.

Police conducted search operation at every possible place.

His parents informed that Udayan went for tuition at Ramnagar area on Saturday evening and did not return home.

Reportedly the RPF was tipped off about his arrival in the railway station.

As soon as he got off the Kanchenjunga Express, he was taken into custody of the RPF.

Police could locate his movement through tracking his mobile phone.

A team of Tripura police is going to Kolkata on Tuesday to get back Udayan.

One police official on condition of anonymity said in last school examination, Udayan did not score up to expectation level his guardians.

So a verbal clash occurred between him and his father on last Friday, which triggered apprehensions that he had left home on Saturday.

He took the Agartala-Sealdah Kanchenjunga Express on Sunday morning from Agartala station and went to Kolkata.

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