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The administration took the children from the unregistered orphanage
Kushinagar. On Wednesday afternoon, the administration took away all the children and young people from the Parsauni Kala orphanage in the Padrauna area. However, during this time there was some controversy over its ingestion. The people of the emotional orphanage did not want to leave these children and adolescents who have grown up since childhood. All of this was presented to the child welfare committee at the district headquarters. From there it is sent to the orphanage in question according to their convenience and rules. The committee decides where to send them.
On July 15th, Dr. Suchita Chaturvedi, a member of the state commission for the protection of children’s rights, visited many places, including the district hospital, and found out about the facilities for children’s and women’s rights. Then she reached the orphanage run in Parsauni Kala. He had sent his report along with DM to the General Secretary for Women’s Welfare and Child Development of the Government of Uttar Pradesh and the Director of the Ministry of Women’s Welfare in Lucknow. In that report he made many serious allegations, including running the orphanage without registration, converting the children of the orphanage, keeping 25 children out of space. The DM was then examined by SDM Sadar Komal Yadav, whose report he received on Tuesday. Then the DM gave the instruction to hand over these children and young people to the child protection committee.
On Wednesday, SDM Sadar Padrauna arrived with police from Kubersthan and other police stations including Kotwali. There were also female police officers. It is said that there was a clash with the people of the orphanage because they took in the children. After that, the police strictly took the children to the office of the child protection committee in the district administration by letting them sit in vehicles.
DM S. Rajalingam said the investigation report revealed that the orphanage was not registered. The High Court ordered that such children should be brought before the Child Protection Committee. All of these children are first introduced to the Kushinagar Children’s Welfare Committee. All the children were saved. The committee decides which orphanage they will be sent to. They are sent to different places depending on their age.

The administration took the children from the unregistered orphanage

Kushinagar. On Wednesday afternoon, the administration took away all the children and young people from the Parsauni Kala orphanage in the Padrauna area. However, during this time there was some controversy over its ingestion. The people of the emotional orphanage did not want to leave these children and adolescents who have grown up since childhood. All of this was presented to the child welfare committee at the district headquarters. From there it is sent to the orphanage in question according to their convenience and rules. The committee decides where to send them.

On July 15th, Dr. Suchita Chaturvedi, a member of the state commission for the protection of children’s rights, visited many places, including the district hospital, and found out about the facilities for children’s and women’s rights. Then she reached the orphanage run in Parsauni Kala. He had sent his report along with DM to the General Secretary for Women’s Welfare and Child Development of the Government of Uttar Pradesh and the Director of the Ministry of Women’s Welfare in Lucknow. In that report he made many serious allegations, including running the orphanage without registration, converting the children of the orphanage, keeping 25 children out of space. The DM was then examined by SDM Sadar Komal Yadav, whose report he received on Tuesday. Then the DM gave the instruction to hand over these children and young people to the child protection committee.

On Wednesday, SDM Sadar Padrauna arrived with police from Kubersthan and other police stations including Kotwali. There were also female police officers. It is said that there was a clash with the people of the orphanage because they took in the children. After that, the police strictly took the children to the office of the child protection committee in the district administration by letting them sit in vehicles.

DM S. Rajalingam said the investigation report revealed that the orphanage was not registered. The High Court ordered that such children should be brought before the Child Protection Committee. All of these children are first introduced to the Kushinagar Children’s Welfare Committee. All the children were saved. The committee decides which orphanage they will be sent to. They are sent to different places depending on their age.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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