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Child rights to be protected

Staff Reporter

VIJAYAWADA: For the protection of child rights, the “Balala Hakkula Prachara Vedika” Krishna district unit has been formed with seven members on its committee.

Meeting

A district-level meeting was held here in which Jana Vignana Vedika president Jampa Krishna Kishore and Gode Prasad were present.

The participants discussed the need for gathering complete information about problems like infant mortality, drop out rate, street children and incidents of atrocities against children. The committee would also take up programmes to create awareness on child rights in the 49 mandals in the district, said Mr. Prasad.

The meeting was held with the support of Navajeevan Bala Bhavan and other related organisations and a report would be submitted to the Central Government on the conditions of hapless children at the end of their awareness programmes.

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