Unable to understand English and Hindi language, a Chinese national who was lost in forest area of Greater Noida without his wallet and mobile phone, was rescued by a policeman on Tuesday night. The police personnel despite language barrier helped the Chinese national to reunite with his group.
The Chinese national has been identified as Xing Fu, who has come here for some work in a mobile manufacturing company but had lost his mobile phone and wallet somewhere.
“Xing, who cannot understand Hindi or English also got separated from his group and lost his way into the jungles earlier in the day,” said a senior police official.
According to senior police official, sub-inspector Komal Kuntal, in charge of a police outpost under Kasna
station limits, was out on patrolling in the area near the Gautam Buddh University around 9.30 pm on Tuesday when he noticed some suspicious movement on a road along a jungle.
“After noticing something suspicious, he stopped and a man appeared from bushes saying please help. These are perhaps the only two words he knew in English. Xing
expression appeared really distraught and was profusely perspiring, suggesting he was in trouble,” said the senior police official.
“The man was convinced that police was here to help him. Soon a translator who was known to SI Komal was called and the matter was resolved.
After translator spoke to Xing, police came to know that was staying in Greenwood Society, Phase 2, which was some six or seven km from the spot where they met,” said the senior police official.
“Police soon reached the society where other members of Xing’s group, who too did not know Hindi or English properly but were worried about his disappearance,” the senior police official added.