Child Rights Protection Commission seeks reply on the issue of death of girl child missing from nursery
Child Rights Protection Commission seeks reply on the issue of death of girl child missing from nursery

Patna: Recently, in the case of the death of an orphaned child and two missing girls at the Children's Home Center in Saharsa, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has sought complete information from the DM of Saharsa. It is known that a child named Chiku died in the last week of July 2019 at the Balgruh in Dumrail Chowk in the city. Two girls have gone missing from the girl child house operated earlier. On the same issue, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, New Delhi has given a letter to the DM and directed to apprised for the legal action in this case within 15 days along with the documents related to the case. The 17 girls fell ill after eating poisonous food from 21 orphan girls living in the 'Balika Grah'. After this, 21 girls of the girl child were sent to Madhubani, in June 17. Only 19 girls were found among the girls sent and no information is available about the two girls yet. The missing girl's parts have been sold and the body has been hidden.

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Kishore Nyas Parishad also conducted an investigation: According to sources, Kishu Nyas Parishad had also conducted an investigation in Chiku's death. Council President cum First Class Judicial Magistrate, taking cognizance of the information sent on the death of the child, filed a case on 2/19 and ordered an inquiry. According to the information sought by the council, the District Child Protection Unit and Child Protection Committee gave a chubby reply by not giving any evidence of the postmortem of the child. After this matter was suppressed.

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In the past too, many questions arose on the death of children: On the other hand, it has been learned that in the past too many children have died in the children's home. There is no evidence of the death of these children. Even in year 16, the role of the institute was questioned on the death of a child. After this the Director of the Directorate of Social Welfare took cognizance, but the matter of investigation went on hold.

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