Madhya Pradesh govt to register details of girls, boys going out for work in effort to prevent trafficking
Boys and girls going out for work will have to first compulsorily register themselves with government bodies to ensure that they can be tracked easily in case they go missing.
The children, all between eight and 14 years old, were brought to the city a few months before the lockdown to work at the Samad Bangles company.
As per the petition, one Narayan Dash of Ganjam district had kidnapped an eight-year-old girl from her village while she was witnessing a festival on the occasion of Kartika Purnima in 2015.
Seven police personnel, including these five, have been suspended for dereliction of duty and maligning the image of the force.
Further clarity has been requested on these provisions mainly in relation to the workers who tend to miss out from such digital registration exercises.
A bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rajnish Bhatnagar said the non-registration of an FIR in the matter till now was also contrary to the standing orders of the Delhi Police.
He said in a statement that 1,433 missing children were traced and reunited by field units and the remaining 283 were traced by the specialised Anti-Human Trafficking units of the State Crime Branch.
The Sunday's raids marked the third phase of Operation P-Hunt- a dedicated exercise meant to purge child pornography- and as many as 465 places were subjected to searches.
Cocaine and MDMA are banned under the NDPS Act. “The popularity of such contraband synthetic drugs has increased manifold over the past five years in India,” said an NCB officer.
Pragas Krissamy was among three men sentenced to death by the High Court last year for their involvement in a transaction of 19.42 gram of heroin in 2017.
The judicial police said that a raid last Friday in the city of Annecy netted a tonne of hunting ammunition and 300 kilogrammes of ammunition for military weapons, as well as nine pistols.
Risking his life, the government school teacher in Udaipur has saved more than 40 children in the last eight years from 'dalals' who force these kids into inhuman work.
The Ministry of Women and Child Development received 27 lakh distress calls and intervened in 1.92 lakh distress on the ground during the pandemic.
The Myanmar official urged India to develop frequent information exchange on trafficking of drugs and precursor smuggling activities at every level.
BBA hosted a bilateral virtual Indo-Nepal Dialogue on Trafficking of Children Across Borders along with Swatantra Abhiyaan and BASE, Nepal.