Child marriage Two children get married in Deoria – child marriage

Amar Ujala Network, Deoria.

Published by: vivek shukla
Updated Mon July 19, 2021 8:38 PM IST

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After telling the aunt about the wedding, the girl was forced to sit in the pavilion, the boy was told the uncle had come to visit the bride in the temple, and the child welfare committee asked family members not to marry until the children reached adulthood.

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On Sunday, police picked up a girl from a village below Lar Police Station in Deoria District and a boy from Siwan, Bihar. During the consultation on Monday, the girl told that she was married to the aunt and said that she had to sit in the pavilion. However, preparations were made to marry the child by asking him to visit his uncle’s bride. Both children didn’t know they were married.On Monday, the youth welfare office held a consultation for the boy’s and girl’s parents and the children. Family members were clearly told that marriage was not possible before the age of 18 for the girl and 21 for the boy. Getting married under this age is illegal and can result in a prison sentence of up to two years and a fine of one lakh rupees. Child Protection Committee official JP Tiwari said both families had given their consent. Will get married when both are adults. Both are monitored by the Child Protection Committee.

When counselor Archana and the child protection officer spoke to the two children today, they expressed their ignorance about consummating their marriage. The girl was told that her aunt’s second marriage was to take place. Must walk in it because warts died some time ago. While family members told the child to come to the temple to see the bride for their uncle’s wedding and to do the worship.

On Sunday, SP Dr. Shripati Mishra stopped the marriage by sending a team because of the complaint about child marriage. Both the girl and the boy were recovered from the Chandaniya Mata Temple in Marwan, Siwan District, Bihar. Nearly a dozen Gharaati and Baratis involved in child marriages were taken into custody by the police and taken to the police station. They were all released later that evening.

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On Sunday, police picked up a girl from a village below Lar Police Station in Deoria District and a boy from Siwan, Bihar. During the consultation on Monday, the girl told that she was married to the aunt and said that she had to sit in the pavilion. However, preparations were made to marry the child by asking him to visit his uncle’s bride. Both children didn’t know they were married.

On Monday, the youth welfare office held a consultation for the boy’s and girl’s parents and the children. Family members were clearly told that marriage was not possible before the age of 18 for the girl and 21 for the boy. Getting married under this age is illegal and can result in a prison sentence of up to two years and a fine of one lakh rupees. Child Protection Committee official JP Tiwari said both families agreed. Will get married when both are adults. Both are monitored by the Child Protection Committee.

When counselor Archana and the child protection officer spoke to the two children today, they expressed their ignorance about consummating their marriage. The girl was told that her aunt’s second marriage was to take place. Must walk in it because warts died some time ago. While family members told the child to come to the temple to see the bride for their uncle’s wedding and to do the worship.

On Sunday, SP Dr. Shripati Mishra stopped the marriage by sending a team because of the complaint about child marriage. Both the girl and the boy were recovered from the Chandaniya Mata Temple in Marwan, Siwan District, Bihar. Nearly a dozen Gharaati and Baratis involved in child marriages were taken into custody by the police and taken to the police station. They were all released later that evening.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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