The graph illustrates the fluctuation in the number of missing persons in Delhi over a specified time period. The x-axis represents time, segmented into months or years, while the y-axis denotes the number of reported missing persons.

The line graph showcases the dynamic nature of missing persons cases, with peaks and troughs reflecting the varying prevalence of incidents. Each data point on the graph corresponds to the reported number of missing persons during a specific time interval.

As the graph progresses along the timeline, viewers can observe trends, identifying potential patterns or seasonal variations. Annotations might highlight notable events or campaigns that influenced the reporting and resolution of missing persons cases.

The overarching purpose of the graph is to provide stakeholders, policymakers, and the public with a visual representation of the challenges associated with missing persons in Delhi, fostering a better understanding of the issue and informing potential interventions.