The children were presented before the child welfare committee and they have been sent to a child care institution for now.
Even then the collector had been directed to lodge an inquiry and submit a report within 20 days.
NCPCR chairperson said the need to re-issue the guidelines was felt in view of a large number of complaints that parents are arm-twisted into buying books by private publishers.
Aasim is accompanied by his father Muhammed Saeed and human rights activist Noushad Thekkayil on the visit.
In the eight-minute video shared by Kher's close aid, Mahesh Inder Sidhu is seen using children to seek votes for her.
The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) had issued a notice to Priyanka on Thursday over alleged use of children in the election campaign.
NCPCR ordered stoppage of sale of Johnson's baby shampoo and also removing the product from stock of shops after Drug Testing Laboratory, Jaipur declared it of substandard quality.
Even though there are rules and regulations in place for childcare institutions, several cases of abuse were reported, a senior WCD official said.
The brutal murder of a seven-year-old boy in Kerala at the hands of his mother's lover is a stark reminder that we as a country have failed in protecting our children.
The incident allegedly took place on December 31 when even after repeated requests, the child was not given wheat by the local ration shop.
India’s apex child rights’ body has sought a report from the district officials in Kota, Rajasthan, over the suicide of three students in four days.
NCPCR chairperson Priyank Kanoongo said action will be taken against the candidate, Shobha Chauhan from Sojat constituency in Pali district of Rajasthan.
The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) visited Sabarimala on Wednesday for an on-the-spot study on the alleged violation of child rights.
In a survey of 50 observation homes across the country, the NCPCR said it was found that considerable percentage of children are either school drop outs or have never gone to a school.
National Commission for Protection of Child Rights member Priyank Kanoongo said in India 40 per cent adolescent girls and 35 per cent boys are out of the school.