Along with Anoop, Satyarthi will be taking the audience through the story and ordeal of the people involved in the social menace.
"I have always propagated against societal evils like child exploitation and trafficking in India and 'Crime Patrol' provides the perfect platform for me to advocate this cause further. We need the citizens of this country to consciously take part in reducing the incidence of crime in their surroundings," Satyarthi said in a statement. Satyarthi has worked for child rights for over 30 years through the Bachpan Bachao Andolan, an NGO which is credited with freeing over 80,000 children from bonded labour across India. "Crime Patrol Satark", which is aired on Sony Entertainment Television, is a docu-drama aimed at crime prevention by recreating a dramatised version of real life cases.