BHAKTAPUR:- The National Child Rights Council has rescued six children from Bhaktapur district recently. Among them, one was rescued from Kamal Binayak while one from Thimi.
According to Council’s chief administrator Krishna Prasad Bhusal, the rescued children have been rehabilitated at the Rehabilitation Centre.
The government in mid-April 2016 had launched a campaign to make Nepal free of street-children. Minister for Women, Children and Senior Citizens Parbat Gurung has ordered immediate rescue and rehabilitation of the street-children the moment they are sighted.
Altogether 73 street children of whom 41 were from Kathmandu Valley and 32 from outside were rescued from various places across the country since the nation-wide lockdown was ordered on March 24, according to the Council.
The Council has also appealed one and all to inform the Council through its hotline no-104- if any street children were sighted across the country.
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