Madhya Pradesh: 15 child labourers sent home, employers warned in Burhanpur

FP News ServiceUpdated: Thursday, June 17, 2021, 09:51 PM IST
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BURHANPUR (MADHYA PRADESH): Under the Child labour and begging eradication campaign the Child Line and Child Welfare Committee, child line members and two police constables toured the Iqbal Chowk and Gandhi Chowk areas of Burhanpur district of Madhya Pradesh.

During the visit, the strictly reprimanded the operators of outlets where they discovered child labour.

They warned them if the underage labourers are found working at their outlets again, then strict action will be taken against them.

Child line member Pawan Patil said that 15 illegally employed children were sent home by the team.

Information related to child labour or begging be shared with Child Line. Name of the informer is kept confidential, he added.

CWC president Rajendra Saluja, members Rajni Gattani, Vijaya Chauhan, Rajshree Rathore, Sushma Gavai from Child Line Burhanpur, Pawan Patil, Frank Anthony, police constable Sachin Thakur from City Kotwali police station and Shakti Singh Tomar were part of action.

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