Do you know the country where 224 kids go missing everyday

Since 2011, 327658 kids went missing in India. That is 224 kids per day !

New Delhi: The Supreme Court, while expressing serious concern for missing children, has asked the National Police Academy, Hyderabad, to consult police authorities across the country and to come out with a study curriculum and a training module for sensitising police on child rights and to trace missing children, prevent human trafficking and child labour and other vices that go with exploitation of children.
A bench comprising Justices Madan B. Lokur and Uday Lalit asked the Centre and the States to have coordinated efforts to trace missing children. The bench gave this direction during the hearing of a writ petition filed by Bachpan Bachao Andolan.
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INNOCENCE LOST
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3,27,658 children missing since 2011 in India
1,81,011 of the missing children are girls
1,46,647 of the missing children are boys
Ref: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150114/nation-current-affairs/article/supreme-court-wants-missing-kids-traced-ropes-national-police

What can be tha fate of the Kidnapped Kids ?

The following is given in a research by DR. (MRS.) INTEZAR KHAN, Department of Social Work, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi:

What are Children Trafficked for?
Labour
- Bonded labour
- Domestic work
- Agricultural labour
- Construction work
- Carpet industry, garment industry, fish / shrimp export as well as other sites
of work in the formal and informal economy.
Illegal Activities
- Begging
- Organ trade
- Drug peddling smuggling
Sexual Exploitation
- Forced prostitution
- Socially and religiously sanctified forms of prostitutions
- Sex tourism
- Pornography 
 Entertainment and Sports
- Circus, dance troupes, beer bars etc.

- Camel jockeys 
For and through marriage
For and through adoption

As child soldiers or combatants in armed conflicts 

Ref: 'CHILD TRAFFICKING IN INDIA: A CONCERN
' by DR. (MRS.) INTEZAR KHAN, Department of Social Work, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi:   http://brownschool.wustl.edu/sites/DevPractice/Labor%20Rights%20Reports/Child%20Trafficking%20in%20India.pdf

Comments

Sophia Grace said…
We are missing two girls