Child Labour Case: More Than 5 days Lapse, No Action By Cops

Child Labour Case: More Than 5 days Lapse, No Action By Cops

April 20, 2022

New Delhi/Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad Mirror Newspaper reported that Prayas JAC Society who rescued 7 Rajasthani Children seek action against Bhavnagar hotel owner & Mehsana based trafficker under IPC & Child Labour Act.

One of our District Project Coordinator at Prayas JAC Society unit in Ahmedabad said in an application, the organisation had sought the hotel owner in Bhavnagar and the man who trafficked these children from Gujarat be booked under various sections of IPC, Juvenile Justice Act & Child Labour & Regulation Act including adding sections of the SC & ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. #ChildrenRescued #PoliceAction #JuvenileJustice #GujaratBhavnagar #PrayasJACSociety

About Prayas

Prayas JAC Society, a national level NGO, is operating in 10 states/UTs from Arunachal to Andamans, J&K being the latest. Working for 34 years, among others, in the areas of child rights and empowerment of marginalized children, youth and women. Prayas is working for child protection, care, development, rehabilitation and social reintegration and justice for estimated 35 million children in need of care and protection (CNCP).

Prayas JAC Society is presently working with nearly 600 full time co-workers, over 38 Homes/Shelters/6-Childlines (1098) for the distressed children operational in Delhi, Bihar and Andaman & Nicobar Islands and 164 centres/units providing education, skilling, life skill program, health services etc. alongside multiple juvenile justice and child protection, counter trafficking & child labour, crisis intervention centre and other projects.

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Pawan Kumar

Manager-Media, New Delhi

pawan@prayaschildren.org,  9311506910

Inderjeet Chauhan

District Project Co-ordinator - Ahmedabad Unit, Gujarat


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