Udaipur will be made a child-laborfree district - Dr. Pandya

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08 May, 22 10:06
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Udaipur will be made a child-laborfree district - Dr. Pandya

Udaipur:Forachild-laborfree society, strict action against employers under the Juvenile Justice Act and better rehabilitation of childlaborers should be the first priority. In the Udaipur district, now by carryingoutsuchrescuesfrom time to time, we will make Udaipur a child-labor-free district in the collective effort of all. Children have been given shelter with FIR on the spot immediately after the children were rescued. The above views were expressed by Dr. Shailendra Pandya, member of the Rajasthan State Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Government of Rajasthan, and in charge of the child labor cell, at theAntiHuman Trafficking Unit Office after a day-long union rescue operation in the urban area of Udaipur. Dr. Pandya informed that the report was submitted by Kailash Satyarthi Children Foundation, ChildLine, and local voluntary organizations after identifying them as child laborers. In his immediate action, he came to Udaipur today and took big action with the police administration. Giving information on this occasion, Dhruv Kumar Kaviya, Chairman, Child Welfare Committee, Udaipur, and member Suresh Sharma said that out of all the 30 rescuedchildren,28childrenwere sheltered at Shri Aasra Vikas Sansthan at Titardi, and two girls were sheltered in Balika Grih. During the rescue operation, the action was taken at SukherPoliceStation,Surajpol Police Station, Bhupalpura, Pratapnagar, and Savina Police Station. During which the Child Welfare Police Officer of the concerned police station and representatives of voluntary organizations, including the team of the Anti-Human TraffickingUnit,remainedwith them. Givinginformation,Udaipur District Coordinator ofAccess to Justice program run by Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation, New Delhi, Lalit Singh, said that today, rescue the identified child laborers from various hostels, restaurants, brick kilns, and shops of Udaipur, along with registeringanFIR.Underwhichsections 75 and 89 of the Juvenile Justice Act, along with the serious case of children received from other states, I.P. Cases were registered in 370. Giving information, the Dir e c to r o f Sh ri As r a DevelopmentInstitute,Bhojraj Singh Padampura, said that most of the rescued children belongedtotribalfamilies from differentdistrictsofthedivision, as well as five children from UttarPradeshandtwochildren from Bihar. Childline coordinator Navinit Audichya, while supporting today's rescue, talked about getting a child-friendly arrangement and shelter by giving a comfortable environment to the children through proper planning. In today's day-long rescue operation, the commission memberwasaccompaniedby th e Dir e c to r o f Po l i c e Administration,ChildLineChild Welfare Committee, Kailath Sa t y a rth i Ch i l d r e n ' s Foundation, Gayatri Seva Sansthan, Shree Asra Vikas Sansthan, and representatives of Child Protection Network

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