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26 girls missing from Bhopal orphanage, Shivraj Chouhan wants action; NCPCR chief accused of ‘revolution’

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday urged the Mohan Yadav government to take action on the abduction of 26 girls from an illegal orphanage in the capital Bhopal.

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday urged the Mohan Yadav government to take action on the abduction of 26 girls from an illegal orphanage in the capital Bhopal.

“The report of the crime of 26 girls from an unauthorized child labor home in the Parwalia police station of Bhopal has come to my attention,” Chouhan said in a post on X. “Considering the importance and sensitivity of the issue, I request the government to take note of it and take immediate action,” he added.

A First Information Report (FIR) has been registered at the Parwaliya Sadak police station in Bhopal under the section of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, naming one person named Anil Methew, director of a children’s home. as the accused. , ANI reported. Of the 68 girls registered at the home, aged between 6 and 18 years, 26 were reported missing, the FIR said, adding that the home was not functioning under the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act. children), 2015. but not registered.

National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) Director Priyank Kanoongo has written to the Chief Secretary of Madhya Pradesh in this regard.

In a post on the X social network, Kanoongo said the children were forced to be kept in illegal homes to practice Christianity.

“I created an illegal children’s home run by missionaries, with the president and members of the national children’s committee. The NGO has been organizing work until recently as a partner of the children’s aid chain, as a government agency. Children are placed in homes that work without permission. These children are between six and 18 and most of them are Hindus,” Kanoongo added.

“Strictly, the police registered an FIR. “Unfortunately, Madhya Pradesh Women and child welfare department officials want to run children’s aid and contracts with the help of these NGOs,” the NCPCR director added.

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