The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has visited three villages in Bhilwara district of Rajasthan. After the visit it came to light that a total of 46 girls are missing from these three villages. The commission has directed to trace these girls. It is known that a few days ago, a case of selling girls on stamps came to the fore in the district. After this, Commission President Priyank Kanungo visited three villages of the district. After visiting, he told the media that he had visited four schools along with the villages of Etunda, Dhoud and Rajwas. During this, talks have been held with the workers of Anganwadi, ration dealer’s shop, ANM, Sarpanch, Gram Panchayat Secretary etc.
Priyank Kanungo says that it has come to know that there are 46 girls who are not studying in school. Nothing is known about 18 of these girls, where they are. Whereas 28 girls were told that they had gone to relatives or some other village. We tried to find out by calling the families of the girls but could not get any concrete information. In such a situation, 46 girls have been found missing in these three villages. These girls are suspected to be trafficked or sold, he said.
Priyank Kanungo also said that people belonging to a particular caste are not getting the benefits of government schemes here. He has a job card but he did not get work in MNREGA for the last one and a half years. He also accused the local administration of negligence. After this, he has instructed to trace these 46 girls by holding a meeting with the officials of the administration and police.
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