Action to be taken against NGOs engaged in trading newborn and exploiting pregnant women: CM

Ranchi, Jul 10: Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Tuesday held a series of meetings at the project building here during which he reviewed the functioning and performance of the various boards and corporations.

Reviewing the functioning of the Jharkhand State Child Rights Protection Commission he said that action will be taken against NGOs which are engaged in trading neonatal and exploitation of pregnant women. The Jharkhand State Child Protection Commission will investigate such NGOs across the state and will submit a report to the government by August 15.

The Chief Minister said that action will be taken against any institution involved in child exploitation and unethical activities. The Chief Minister asked the commission to investigate the matter with full transparency.

Over the functioning of the Jharkhand State Minority Commission he said that the body should be a model for the country.  He said that Commissions make active contribution  to change the lives of minorities in the state. Mr Das asked the officials to prepare a list of intelligent children by organizing meeting in the districts and later the government will help in making them skilled.

The Chief Minister said that state government is committed to provide education according to the needs of the present day in the Madrassa. While approving the suggestion by the members of the Commission, the Mr Das said that students of Madrassa should also become doctor-engineer and for this a research team should be constituted which will start computer, mathematics, science courses in Madrassas.

On the suggestion of the members, to affiliate Alim and Fazil to the University, officers were given instruction to hold a meeting with education department.

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