Marriage freeze in Bhawanpur – Children’s line expired after the announcement of the marriage of a minor in Bhavanpur, stayed

A minor’s marriage was stopped in Bhavnpur and the family accepted the mistake
Meerut Child Line members immediately stopped the program when the underage daughter got married. Also warned the daughter’s family while teaching the law. The family accepted the mistake. The family was due to come from Khatauli on Saturday.
Anita Rana, a member of the Child Welfare Committee and Director of Child Line, received a call Thursday. The caller said that preparations for the underage girl’s marriage are underway at the Bhavnapur Police Station and that Barat will arrive on Saturday. The person disconnected the phone and asked to call again. I got a call on Friday morning. The caller gave the address of this family. When the team reached this house, the information was found to be correct.
When she saw the daughter’s papers she was 15 years old. The team warned the family that they might have to go to jail to get married like this. The daughter’s relatives accepted the mistake and stopped preparations for the wedding. The Bhavanpur Children’s Management and Police Station also gave people information on the 1098 hotline, after which the team returned.

A minor’s marriage was stopped in Bhavnpur and the family accepted the mistake

Meerut Child Line members immediately stopped the program when the underage daughter got married. Also warned the daughter’s family while teaching the law. The family accepted the mistake. The family was due to come from Khatauli on Saturday.

Anita Rana, a member of the Child Welfare Committee and Director of Child Line, received a call Thursday. The caller said that preparations for the underage girl’s marriage are underway at the Bhavnapur Police Station and that Barat will arrive on Saturday. The person disconnected the phone and asked to call again. I got a call on Friday morning. The caller gave the address of this family. When the team reached this house, the information was found to be correct.

When she saw the daughter’s papers she was 15 years old. The team warned the family that they might have to go to jail to get married like this. The daughter’s relatives accepted the mistake and stopped preparations for the wedding. The Bhavanpur children’s administration and police station also gave information to the people on the 1098 hotline, after which the team returned.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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