ISLAMABAD (APP)- The Ministry of Interior on Sunday set up a special cell to reunite the missing children of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) with their families, residing in relief camps. Minister for Interior A. Rehman Malik issued these directives to Inspector General Police NWFP Naveed Malik to set up the cell that would work under the patronage ofNational Crisis Management Cell of the Interior Ministry. The Minister made this announcement during his visit to the IDPs relief camp at Mardan district where he was told that some children have been reportedly lost.He said the cell would work to search and reunite the missing children with their parents and report to the ministry. He also directed the IGP to telecast and publish the pictures of the missing children on print and electronic media so that the concerned families find it easy to find their child.Naveed Fida, a civil society representative told APP that he had reunited 20 children with their families while anmth%r six were still in his custody. He said a five-month old girl is also among separated children, who was found sitting beside the road. He said some of the children were reportedly left by the families in shock while leaving their homes.