Gumla’s tribal girl rescues in Delhi, victim after childhood to save childhood movement

Gumla’s tribal girl rescues in Delhi, victim after childhood to save childhood movement

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Jharkhand news, Gumla news: Gumla (Durjay Paswan): Gumla’s tribal girl sold by human trafficking in Delhi has been rescued from a house late on Thursday evening. Bachpan Bachao Andolan, National Women’s Commission Delhi (National Women’s Commission, Delhi) and Delhi Police Team (Delhi Police Team) together got the girl free from her home.

At which time the girl was freed. She was very scared. Police questioned the girl on some points in Delhi Police Station. The child was scared. Therefore, the Bachpan Bachao Andolan has taken the child under its protection. The girl has undergone medical treatment in Delhi Hospital. After the rescue, preparations are being made to send the girl to Gumla.
Jyoti Sharma, a philanthropist from Ranchi, told that Ritika Gupta, a member of Bachpan Bachao Andolan and National Women’s Commission Delhi, has rescued the girl from a house with help from Delhi Police. The baby is safe. It has been kept safely. Mr. Sharma said that after the news was published in Prabhat Khabar, this matter was given to the Chairman of National Women’s Commission Delhi Swati Maliwal and other members of Delhi’s organization. After this, the girl has been resuscitated in the late evening.

A 13-year-old tribal girl from Nagotoli village in Palkot block of Gumla district was sold by human smugglers to Delhi 2 years ago. Where the girl was working after being sold in Delhi. He was tortured there. Treatment was not given even after biting the dog. The girl told her mother the painful pain. The girl’s mother gave this information to Prabhat Khabar.

Prabhat Khabar took the matter seriously and published the news in the October 22, 2020 issue. The effect of which is that the girl was freed by the evening of 22 October 2020. Here, the child’s grandfather lodged an FIR against 2 human smugglers Raidih resident Ranjit Lohra alias Ajit and Nagotoli SunEDh resident Santoshi Lohra at Ghatla’s Ahtu police station.

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