Crime – 24 children were going to Gujarat with the consent of the family

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Mahoba. Preparations are being made to send 24 Muslim children going to Gujarat by Barauni-Ahmedabad Express train after they were dropped off at Mahoba railway station. The parents of the children have sent consent letters to the GRP police. In this, only on his consent, the teacher was taking the children to a madrassa in Gujarat. All the children have been kept under the supervision of Mahoba Childline.
Anwar Alam, a young man going with the children, had told that he was taking the children from Khagaria village in Bihar to a madrasa in Gujarat. All the children were given medical treatment at the district hospital. After this the child welfare committee handed over the children under the supervision of Childline.
Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, director of Child Line said that talks have been held with the families of the children. He is so poor that he does not even have the rent to come to Mahoba. After this, preparations are being made to send the children to their homes. A demand has been made from the police administration to provide security and roadways buses. After getting the order of the Child Welfare Committee, the children will be sent to their homes.
On the other hand, GRP station in-charge Hari Om Mishra says that the families of the children have sent consent letters. In which he has said that on his consent, children should be sent to a madrassa in Gujarat to study.

Mahoba. Preparations are being made to send 24 Muslim children going to Gujarat by Barauni-Ahmedabad Express train after they were dropped off at Mahoba railway station. The parents of the children have sent consent letters to the GRP police. In this, only on his consent, the teacher was taking the children to a madrassa in Gujarat. All the children have been kept under the supervision of Mahoba Childline.

Anwar Alam, a young man going with the children, had told that he was taking the children from Khagaria village in Bihar to a madrasa in Gujarat. All the children were given medical treatment at the district hospital. After this the child welfare committee handed over the children under the supervision of Childline.

Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, director of Child Line said that talks have been held with the families of the children. He is so poor that he does not even have the rent to come to Mahoba. After this, preparations are being made to send the children to their homes. A demand has been made from the police administration to provide security and roadways buses. After getting the order of the Child Welfare Committee, the children will be sent to their homes.

On the other hand, GRP station in-charge Hari Om Mishra says that the families of the children have sent consent letters. In which he has said that on his consent, children should be sent to a madrassa in Gujarat to study.