Saturday, July 20, 2013

Hisar, Juluy 18
In a special drive, the district administration caught 13 minor children who were indulging in begging at the railway station in the town recently. All the children were hailing from Bappa village of Sirsa district. The administration called their parents for counselling them to enroll the children in schools instead of forcing them in child labour and begging.


The district administration’s teams led by the SDM, Amarjeet Singh, carried out the drive with the police and child helpline officials and found the children roaming on the railway platform and outside the railway station in the morning. The team comprised child helpline officials Sushil Varma besides Police and Labour epartments officials.
The team took the children to the Bal Bhawan where the child- protection officer, Sunita Kumari, and the child helpline chairperson, Kamini Malik, took their custody. The children were hailing from Bappa village of Sirsa district and it seemed that their parents had forced them into begging.
SDM Amarjeet Singh said the child-protection officials had summoned the parents and other guardians of the children and had directed them to enroll them in the schools. “Some of the parents were accompanying the children while others have been informed to visit the office to take custody of the children. The officials concerned would take appropriate action in this regard”, he said.

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