Prayas JAC Society: Prayas Started with 25 children in 1988, today Prayas caters to the needs of 50,000 neglected, street and marginalized children, youth & women in Delhi, Gujarat, Bihar, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Andman & Nicobar islands, Haryana, Jharkhand.

Children Rescued by Prayas at Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

On 5th of July, 2014, Mr. Ram Singh,  The SHO, P.S. Chandpole Kotwali, Jaipur informed Mrs. Indu Rani Singh , Director Special Projects, Prayas (Rajasthan) that about 66 victims of slavery, child labor and bonded labor were rescued from five spots of Ninder Rao je ka  Rasta at Chandpole, Jaipur. During the Rescue Operation altogether 15 accused were apprehended thereafter the children were produced before Child Welfare Committee. The Chairperson of CWC Mr.  Ramprakash Bhairwa, Mob.9414362306 Email: and Mr. Kuldeep Punyia member CWC Jaipur , Mob.94113344901 E mail: took cognizance of the matter and directed the police to shift the children to respective shelter homes according to order. During counseling of the children Mrs. Indu rani Singh derived that most of the children were trafficked as well as under the category of bonded labor, so she demanded for the release certificates of the children to provide them with immediate relief of compensation by the native states of the children. The CWC immediately contacted district administration for the issuance of the Release Certificates where after the administration now has agreed that within two days all the victims falling under the category of bonded labor shall be served with the said certificates.

Prayas is functional in five districts of Rajasthan and due to its significant presence; the matter has been intervened and facilitated to link the source and destination points. It is important to mention that couple of months ago the incidence of four children of Samastipur were reported to have been abducted and trafficked to Rajasthan and in the same case social workers from Prayas Samastipur headed Mrs. Indurani Singh intercepted the identified areas with the help of Kotwali police Chandpole in Jaipur. After the raid, a chain of gangs of traffickers operating in Jaipur were nabbed by the police and as many as 217 children have been rescued from different hazardous and  disorganized places and  out of which 183 children are from Bihar. In most of cases the FIR against the accused persons have been booked under 344,374,370 IPC and section 26 the JJ Act 2000.Prayas with its team in Jaipur and Bihar is in the process of repatriating the children of Bihar as well as complying all the legal formalities for the best interest of the children. 

Prayas FIR - copy

List of Children rescued

Newsclippings - Rajasthan Patrika & Bhaskar


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