Son Launches App to Locate Her Missing Mother, An Air India Manager
| Onkareshwar Pandey - 05 Mar 2019

 Son Launches App to Locate Her Mother, A Missing Air India Manager 

IOP Correspondent

New Delhi, March 05, 2019:

Five months after Sulakshna Narula, a senior employee of Air India went missing from her home at Pandara Road, New Delhi, no clue or information has been generated regarding the location of her whereabouts. The family has now created an app to amplify the search efforts with the power of technology.

“The police and the crime branch have been extremely slow in pursuing this matter to trace her location,” alleged Dr Anurag Narula, elder son of Mrs. Sulakshna Narula. 

The Indian Observer Post had published this story when she went missing. https://bit.ly/2EL7ZLZ 

This app can be installed by any police personnel in this country. The app contains her photographs, along with the details of her appearance. The app contains the contact details of her family members, so whenever or wherever she is spotted, the family members can be immediately notified with her location.


“We don’t want to leave any stone unturned to find our mother,” says Dr Anurag Narula.

Here is the play store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.my.sulakshnanarula

The app has been shared within the relevant social groups of policemen in this country. As more and more police personnel or search party personnel download this app, it will help in spreading the information about Sulakshna Narula’s case.

The family is clearly very distraught that she is not at home. They have not given the hope of tracking her location.

Sulakshna Narula’s son, Anubhav Narula has also created an app for another family. Earlier, they had created a page on facebook in order to get more information about her location: https://www.facebook.com/helpfindsulakshnanarula /

Their son has been missing from home for 5 years. 
Anubhav has come to realize the power of technology in such cases. He has realized that this app can be created for any other family who
are struggling to find their missing relatives.
The Government of India should harness such types of technology to help the citizens. The app will act as a constant reminder for the police personnel,” said Anubhav Narula.

According to Dr. Sunil Kumar Narula, “A prominent reason for her mysterious disappearance has been attributed to depression because of the constant stress from her workplace since 2007.

She has been fighting for the cause of her promotion since 2007. At that time, one of the board directors Shri Anup Srivastava made sure that she should not get that promotion for reasons best known to him.”

“After the superannuation of Shri Anup Srivastava and appointment of Shri Ashwani Lohani, she again represented against the justice denied to her. Considering all the facts of the case, Mr. Lohani granted her promotion with certain riders.

However, the courtrie close to Anup Srivastav made sure that orders are not issued in this regard and delayed till Mr. Lohani was transferred out of Air India as Chairman Railway board,” Dr. Sunil Kumar Narula added.

“She also became aware of cases where her juniors were granted promotion subsequent to her and their orders were also issued immediately. This kind of humiliation and stress of working under her juniors hit her hard and she became depressed,” Dr. Narula further said. 

“About a month back, she started taking medicines for coping up with her depression.

She resorted to consulting certain astrologers and pundits to help her achieve her promotion since 2007. They misled her and exploited her financially for their gains. Some astrologers and pandits she frequently consulted were Mr. Sahas Ram Mani Tripathi, Mrs Archana, Pandit Markandey Tiwari and Pandit Joshi from Nashik,” Dr. Narula said.

However, Mr. Tripathi had denied the allegations against him saying, “I am a Teacher by Profession. I teach Veda and Philosophy. I have nothing to do about all this.” He also asked, why are they trying to divert the issue?

Another factor which contributed to her mental agony was the dispute with her brother over a property matter over which a case is going on in the high court, according to the sources in the family, which is deeply saddened and is in grief right now.


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