भीख मॅंागते बचचे़ अपहरन का शिकार
Government of India or PMO India need to bring policy to resolve this issue.
Delhi: 21 kids went missing daily in first six months of 2015
no data was maintained centrally about children missing from the National Capital Region (NCR) outside the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi.
In all red light , crossing road , 100 meter of metro station & 100 meter of railway station, Railway Train, 100 meter of Bus stop, Penalty clause of 1000/- on giving भीख . This will discourage activity like Bhikh Magna .
Penalty clause of 1000/- on buying things on red light /crossing road , 100 meter of metro station & 100 meter of railway station , railway Train, 100 meter of Bus stop, from children below 18 years or Selling of goods by child labor this will discourage the child labor.
Penalty clause of 1000/- for selling and buying gutka & tabaco product at 500 Meter of Public Place like bus stop, School, Metro station , railway station , Cross Road, Red Light signal road , office area , IT places .
May be they are sleeper cell and playing important role in drugs and supporting criminal offence .
Government small step/ bill can save many children from kidnapping.
Bhikh Magana nowadays a business and indirectly it promoting criminals offences, country security should be on top priority
Government Initiative or For Information
Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment
05-May-2015 14:25 IST
Rehabilitation of Beggars
The prevalence of Beggary can be attributed to various reasons including poverty and unemployment. The States are responsible for taking necessary preventive and rehabilitative steps on the issue of Beggary. As per available information, 20 States and 2 Union Territories have enacted their own anti-beggary legislation or adopted legislation enacted by other States/UTs.
As per information furnished by Registrar General of India (RGI), there are 4,13,670 beggars, vagrants etc. in the country as per Census 2011 out of which 70,506 are disabled beggars. Out of these, 5982 persons suffer from mental retardation and 5588 persons suffer from mental illness.
This information was given by the Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha here today.
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