Six minor boys rescued from railway station

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Jharsuguda: Six Minor boys rescued from the Jharsuguda Railway Station by the Jharsuguda CWC on Monday night. All the Six minors boys were being allegedly trafficked to  Mumbai, all of them belonged to Rangamati Village under Chandrakona  Dist. Medinapore (West Bengal) and all are aged between 12 and 14 years.

Jharsuguda District Child Protection Officer, Sunanda Maharana said on receiving information from the Jharsuguda Govt. Railway police regarding the six minors who were travelling on Train Number 12860 Geetanjali Express on Monday, from Howarh, were allegedly being taken to Mumbai to work as a child labour in Jewellery making industries by three suspects of the same village. At Jharsuguda all of them were detained by the Jharsuguda Govt. Railway Police.

Presently, the three suspects has been kept detained at Jharsuguda Govt. Railway Police. While all the six minors were produced in front of CWC on Tuesday and had been sent to Faith Outreach and Good
News India Children Home. Simultaneously, we have informed their parents and later they will be handed over to them as per law , he said.

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