Young man with autism who was reported missing in Mumbai now found safe and well

Forum For Autism

Image taken from the Forum For Autism Facebook page

Mumbai, India — A young man with autism who was the first to pass the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams in India since a concession for children with autism was introduced in the country in 2011, was reported missing on Oct. 28 in Mumbai.

Sidhanth Sudhakar, a 19-year-old man from Mumbai, was last seen inside a grocery store at the Thakur Complex in the city’s Kandivali area Tuesday evening. According to reports, Sidanth was out with his mother to buy groceries when he went missing. His parents appealed for help on Facebook through the Forum For Autism’s official page, and a report about his disappearance was filed at the Samata Nagar Police Station in Mumbai.

Fortunately Autism Daily Newscast are happy to state that Sidhanth was found safe and well on Saturday Nov.1.

The Forum For Autism Facebook page posted.

“SIDDHANT HAS BEEN FOUND !!!! Thank you all for your love , prayers and support and THANK YOU GOD !!!!!!!”

The original article about Sidhanth’s disappearance can be read on the NDTV website