Ranchi: On the instructions of Chief Minister Hemant Soren the work of rehabilitating the victims of human trafficking is being done continuously from all over the country. In the latest development, four people of Jharkhand were freed in Delhi and have been sent to Ranchi for better rehabilitation. Among them, two girls are residents of Latehar district, a girl from Seraikela Kharsawan district and a boy from Dhanbad district.
The child had come to Delhi by losing his way whose home verification has been done with the help of District Social Welfare Officer, Dhanbad. At the same time, a girl was forced to stay in a girl’s house due to not getting the address of the house for the last two years but now the girl will meet her family after two years.
All of them are being brought from New Delhi to Ranchi by Garib Rath special train. Child Welfare Association Ranchi has been commendable in this work. As per the instructions of the local commissioner Mastram Meena, the children and girls who have escaped unprotected by visiting various children’s homes of Delhi, who have been misled or misled are being freed by the Integrated Rehabilitation-cum-Resource Centre, New Delhi. After that, Delhi Police is working in coordination with Child Welfare Committee, New Delhi and Child Welfare Committee of border states to send the rescued people to their home district.
On July 8, 26 children were rescued and sent to their home district in Jharkhand by the Integrated Rehabilitation-cum-Resource Centre, New Delhi. On the other hand, two girls were freed by the team of Integrated Rehabilitation-cum-Resource Center two days ago. They were brought to Delhi and sold through a local middleman in Jharkhand, they too are being sent back to their home district. After getting freed seven months honorarium has also been provided to the girls through Integrated Rehabilitation-cum-Resource Center. Nachiketa Mishra, the nodal officer of Integrated Rehabilitation-cum-Resource Centre, New Delhi informed that through the rescued girls and children, FIR will be registered against the tout/trafficker in the local police station.
Based on that, legal action will be taken against the culprits. He said that as per the instructions of the local commissioner Mastram Meena the children being sent to Jharkhand will be continuously monitored through the Village Child Protection Committee (VLCPC) connecting them with the welfare schemes, sponsorship, foster care, Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls School in the district. The escort team of rescued people includes Sunil Kumar Gupta and Asha Kumari, Project Coordinators of Integrated Rehabilitation-cum-Resource Center.