48 children missing in the homes were introduced to the family

Firozabad The Childline and Child Welfare Committee was actively involved in bringing the missing children home from their families for various reasons over a period of two months. A girl outside the district who was harassed with the help of Child Line was also sent to her home and strict measures were taken against the defendant.
During the coronavirus curfew restrictions imposed after the second wave of covid infection, the chairman of the state welfare committee, Dr. Special Gupta, the continuous monitoring of various types of victims of harassment, missing and childless children in order to reach the family members.
In the special campaign conducted in March and April, the Child Line and Child Welfare Committee searched 48 children missing from their homes and passed them on to family members. It also includes eight children who are victims of sexual or physical abuse. 28 children in March and 20 children were rescued by the Child Line and Child Welfare Committee in April. Most of these children were between five and 27 years old.
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The victim’s house was freed from the abused girl
During the last week of March, a girl from a neighboring district was physically harassed for several days by her close relative’s son. The girl was not allowed to speak to her family.
Sometime around noon, the girl called 1098 from a relative’s phone. According to information, the Child Line and Child Welfare Committee team reached the place themselves at night and rescued the girl.
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Instructions for the maintenance and medical care of infected children
The chairman of the state child welfare committee, Dr. Vishesh Gupta, has given instructions to provide nutritional and medical assistance to poor children and their families with corona infection. In the virtual meeting recently, he gave the necessary instructions in this regard.
Intensive surveillance is in place in the district and other adjacent areas to provide a safe environment for victims of harassment for various reasons and missing children from their homes. This task is even more difficult in Kovidkal. Even so, efforts are being made to prevent child harassment.
Dr. Zafar Alam Director Childline, member of the Children’s Aid Committee

Firozabad The Childline and Child Welfare Committee was actively involved in bringing the missing children home from their families for various reasons over a period of two months. A girl outside the district who was harassed with the help of Child Line was also sent to her home and strict measures were taken against the defendant.

During the coronavirus curfew restrictions imposed after the second wave of covid infection, the chairman of the state welfare committee, Dr. Special Gupta, the continuous monitoring of various types of victims of harassment, missing and childless children in order to reach the family members.

In the special campaign conducted in March and April, the Child Line and Child Welfare Committee searched 48 missing children in their homes and passed them on to family members. It also includes eight children who are victims of sexual or physical abuse. 28 children in March and 20 children were rescued by the Child Line and Child Welfare Committee in April. Most of these children were between five and 27 years old.

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The victim’s house was freed from the abused girl

During the last week of March, a girl from a neighboring district was physically harassed for several days by her close relative’s son. The girl was not allowed to speak to her family.

Sometime around noon, the girl called 1098 from a relative’s phone. According to information, the Child Line and Child Welfare Committee team reached the place themselves at night and rescued the girl.

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Instructions for the maintenance and medical care of infected children

The chairman of the state child welfare committee, Dr. Vishesh Gupta, has given instructions to provide nutritional and medical assistance to poor children and their families with corona infection. In the virtual meeting recently, he gave the necessary instructions in this regard.

Intensive surveillance is in place in the district and other adjacent areas to provide a safe environment for victims of harassment for various reasons and missing children from their homes. This task is even more difficult in Kovidkal. Even so, efforts are being made to prevent child harassment.

Dr. Zafar Alam Director Childline, member of the Children’s Aid Committee

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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