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From Exploitation to Empowerment: “Transforming Lives and Eradicating Child Labor”

An awareness campaign by the Uday Social Development Society for the prevention of child labor

On the occasion of Child Labor Day, a program was organized with the children on the premises of Police Station Misrod, jointly organized by Uday Social Development Society and Misrod Police Station in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.  The event had 136 children from 10 slum areas of the city of Bhopal. Chief Guest of the event was Mrs. Jagruti Kirar, Chairperson of the Child Welfare Committee, Special Guest Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Mr. Rajesh Singh Bhadauria, including special guest Mr. Arun Kumar, (Labour Inspector), and Mr. Ras Bihari Sharma, Town Inspector and station-in-charge of Misrod Police Station.  The guests were welcomed by the Director of Uday Society, Dr, Sister Lizy Thomas

Dr.Sister Lizy Thomas Addressing Children

In this program based on prevention and awareness of child labor, through the directory of Uday Sanstha, it was told in its address that the organization has been working to connect child labor and educate the victims for the last 23 years.

Some, teenage girls of Bagmugalia township, told their stories about why they could not continue their studies, as well as presented the problems of being deprived of their rights due to the economic condition of her house, on which Mrs. Jagruti Kirar, Chairperson of CWC tried to console and gave information in this matter. Moreover, information was shared about the facilities provided by the Child Welfare Committee. “If any child is in any odd situation, he/she can come directly to the welfare committee and every possible effort will be made to help them”, Mrs. Kirar stated.

Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Rajesh Singh Bhadauria while addressing the children

Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Rajesh Singh Bhadauria while addressing the children informed them about the rights of the children in the constitution and the duties so that they can serve our nation in the right way. “In case of any kind of child violence, dial the helpline numbers 1098 and 100 for quick resolution”, stated Mr. Bhadauria.

Mr. Arun Kumar emphasized education and its importance in life. “Only by completing education, can we change the future of ourselves and our entire family, said Mr. Kumar (Labour inspector).

Mr. Ras Bihari Sharma, station in-charge and town inspector of Misrod police station,

Mr. Ras Bihari Sharma, station in-charge and town inspector of Misrod police station, said that with the help of Uday social development society and Misrod police station, the cases of domestic violence occurring at the township level are being resolved through “Srijan Girl Empowerment and Shakti Samiti”. Children living in this are also being protected.

Through this dialogue, it was decided that the children who are not able to go to school due to economic conditions will be presented before the Child Welfare Committee in the coming days and linked to the schemes.

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