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Eliminate child labour scheme launched

Government plans to free child labour for 100 mandals

Hyderabad, October 10, 2006

The State Government on Tuesday formally launched the programme for elimination of employment of domestic child labour. It coincides with the notification issued by the Centre, which came into effect on Tuesday declaring that employment of children in domestic and hospitality sectors as punishable under the law.

The Labour Minister, G Vinod said at a function held that the Government is committed to eliminating the practice and sought the public support for effective implementing the programme. The State Government is planning to render atleast one hundred mandals free from child labour by November 14, 2006. The Minister for School Education, N Rajya Lakshmi said at the launch of the notification of elimination of child labour in domestic and hospitality sectors on Tuesday. On this occasion, she said that as a part of Badi Bata programme in June this year, 4830 children engaged in child labour were rescued and admitted to bridge schools. The biggest challenge was to make child continue studies and to provide a secure future after education, she said.

The department would take action in response to complaints from general public registered at the Child Rights Cell that was set up at the State Education Director office with a toll free number 1800-485-293. Labour Minister G Vinod said that in every district cells would be created to rescue child labour and emphasized the need for monitoring of rehabilitation of the rescued children.

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