Kolkata: Two minor girls were saved on time from being taken away by an app-cab driver, thanks to the prompt action of two traffic sergeants from Shyambazar Traffic Guard.The incident occurred on Wednesday evening near Shyambazar Seven Point crossing. Sources informed that two women from Rajasthan aged about 50 years were seen crying and screaming near R G Kar Road and Raja Dinendra Street crossing on Wednesday evening around 6:10 pm. On seeing them, on-duty traffic sergeant of Shyambazar Traffic Guard Kajal Das went to the ladies. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeOn enquiring, he was told that they had booked an app-cab from Shyambazar Seven Point crossing for Mechhua in Burrabazar. However, after boarding the cab along with two minor girls of their family, the driver drove took the cab along R G Kar Road instead of going towards Burrabazar. When the ladies questioned the driver on why he took a wrong route, the driver allegedly stopped the cab near Raja Dinendra Street and asked them to get down as he would not go and cancelled the trip. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedHaving no other choice, when the ladies got down from the cab, the driver sped off with the two minors being inside car. On hearing the incident, Das immediately checked with their booking and noted the last four digits of the cab’s registration number. He quickly informed the Shyambazar Traffic Guard about the incident. Meanwhile, the phone number of the driver was fortunately their on call list. When Das called the driver, he denied being the same. Just after that when an police officer from the traffic guard called him, he informed that he had left the two minors near R G Kar canal side road. After Das was informed about the development, he went there and found the two minor girls crying on the road. Later, they were handed over to their guardians. Das requested the two ladies to lodge a complaint but they denied to do so.