|Profession||ASI in Delhi Police|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters– 170 cm
in meters– 1.70 m
in feet & inches– 5’ 7”
|Date of Birth||Year 1987|
|Age (as of 2021)||34 Years|
|Birthplace||Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh|
|Hometown||Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh|
|College/University||Smt Mukhtari Devi Tikata Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh|
|Educational Qualification||Graduate The Times of India|
|Relationships & More|
|Husband/Spouse||Anit Dhaka (policeman)
|Children||Son– Aarav Dhaka
|Parents||Father– Name not known (farmer)
Mother– Name not known
|Siblings||She has one brother.|
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- Seema Dhaka is an Indian police personnel who works as an ASI with Delhi Police. She is known for rescuing and finding 76 missing children in less than three months in 2020.
- She was born and brought up in Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh.
- In childhood, she wanted to become a teacher as most of her family members were into the same profession; however, after completing her graduation, she applied for a recruitment drive by Delhi Police in which she was selected as a constable.
- In 2010, she underwent training for the paramilitary force in Assam, and after three months of training, she rejoined Delhi Police.
- In 2014, she was promoted to the post of head constable in Delhi Police.
- On 5 August 2020, Delhi Police Commissioner S. N. Srivastava announced a plan to search for the missing children; according to the plan, the Delhi Police constable or head constable who finds more than 50 missing children of 14 years or less would be given an out-of-turn promotion.
- After the announcement of the Delhi Police Commissioner to find the missing children, Seema Dhaka went on to find 76 missing children in less than three months, and for her exemplary service, she became the first personnel of Delhi Police to get an out-of-turn promotion.
WHC Seema Dhaka is currently posted in the Outer North District. She has been granted Promotion out-of-turn by CP Delhi for recovery of 76 missing children in the last 3 months @CPDelhi @LtGovDelhi @PMOIndia @HMOIndia #WearAMask #SocialDistancing #WashYourHands pic.twitter.com/NvX54FA0a6
— #DilKiPolice Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) November 18, 2020
- Under the scheme of out-of-turn promotion, Seema Dhaka was promoted to the post of an Assistant sub-inspector (ASI) from the post of a head constable. On her promotion, she said,
I will be at a higher rank than my husband and my relatives are joking about it.”
- In an interview, while giving details of her mission to find the missing children, she said that the plan was incepted during the nationwide lockdown due to the COVID-19, and she had to go through lots of challenges while travelling to different states like Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal. While talking about a raid that she led in West Bengal, she said,
It was my husband’s birthday but the thought that my efforts could lead to a child being found kept me going. Not many trains were running that day. The area was vast with Debra having 134 police stations. We managed to reach the village with the help of the state police after crossing two rivers. The child was finally found. I took him to a hotel, fed him and made him watch TV after which he narrated his ordeal.”
- In 2021, Yogendra Chaturvedi, chairman of Absolute Binge Entertainment, announced to make a web series based on the life of Seema Dhaka.
ANNOUNCEMENT… Absolute Binge Entertainment [ABE] acquires story rights of #Delhi cop #SeemaDhaka to make a web series… #Seema rescued 76 missing children in under three months… ABE is the subsidiary company of Absolute India Newspaper Group, owned by Yogendra Chaturvedi. pic.twitter.com/TpS6lTuWN6
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 8, 2021