Wednesday, August 27, 2014

भीख मॅंागते बचचे़ अकसर METRO य़ा Public Place पर देखे जाते है। य़े बचचे़ किसी न किसी गेंग का शिकार होते है। य़े बचचे़ वे होते है जो अपहरन का शिकार होते है।-देश की सुरक्षा और slipper cell


Issue: भीख मॅंागते बचचे़ अकसर METRO य़ा Public Place पर देखे जाते है। य़े बचचे़ किसी न किसी गेंग का शिकार होते है। य़े बचचे़ वे होते है जो अपहरन का शिकार होते है।
+Narendra Modi +PMO India +Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh +Aaj Tak  +Delhi Police 
    

देश की सुरक्षा और slipper cell
भारत सरकार क्या कदम उठती है ये बहुत जरुरी प्र्शन है।

    Metro Station Sector 16 Noida

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

http://www.hindustantimes.com/newdelhi/delhi-21-kids-went-missing-daily-in-first-six-months-of-2015/article1-1374894.aspx

no data was maintained centrally about children missing from the National Capital Region (NCR) outside the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi.

Observation and challenges for Government

  • Constraints in eliminating beggary
  •  Effective rehabilitation of beggars
  • Treating the organized syndicates for begging
  • भीख मॅंागते बचचे़ अकसर METRO य़ा Public Place पर देखे जाते है। य़े बचचे़ किसी न किसी गेंग का शिकार होते है। य़े बचचे़ वे होते है जो अपहरन का शिकार होते है।
  •  Country Security should be on top priority 
  • May be beggars gang of sleeper cell involve in criminals offence 


Suggestion :


  1. 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 .
  2. Penalty clause of 1000/- on buying things on  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.  
  3. 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 .
  4. May be they are sleeper cell and playing important role in drugs and supporting criminal offence .
  5. Government small step/ bill can save many children from kidnapping.
  6. Bhikh Magana  nowadays a business  and indirectly it promoting criminals offences, country security should be on top priority 
  7. Aadhaar Linking and biometrics information of these child help Indian police to trace and match with aadhaar database to reach their parents .
Hauz Khas Metro Under pass
Hauz Khas Metro


Hauz Khas Metro




Supportive action by Government- PMO INDIA

Ref: PMOPG/E/2015/0194616

1. Prime Minister Office India address concern to department of social justice and empowerment
2. Prime Minister Office India address concern to ICPS/CHILDLINE/JJACT/STRET CHILDREN


All NGO need to come in support to stop child labour and kidnapping

Metro Station Mayur Vihar -I Delhi






Hauz khas Metro station underpass



Lado sarai Traffic Light Delhi




Near DLF Cybercity - Industial Bank Metro station Gurgaon



Hauz khas Metro station underpass




Gupta bus stand market Lajpat Nagar  underpass

मानव तस्करी में खोये अपने चार बच्चों के लिए एक पिता की लड़ाई

http://www.iamin.in/en/new-delhi/news/fathers-lone-battle-against-traffickers-his-own-children-47035


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. 

Zonal Integrated Police Network

http://zipnet.in/index.php?page=mps_report_missing_6&criteria=search



India drafts new anti-trafficking bill, raises penalty for offenders

ref: http://in.reuters.com/article/india-trafficking-law-idINKCN0VJ1HL
 Feb 10, 2016

CHENNAI, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A new bill being drafted in India aims to curb the steep rise in human trafficking by unifying several existing laws, raising the penalties for offenders and providing for victims' rehabilitation, government officials said on Wednesday.

The bill calls for the creation of an organized crime investigation agency, a special court to deal with trafficking cases and severe penalties for repeat offenders and the trafficking of minors, they said.

"Human trafficking in India has taken on many forms, with people being trafficked for forced labour, domestic work and even begging," a senior Women and Child Development Ministry official working on the draft bill told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

"All these cases are dealt with by various agencies and under numerous different laws," she said.

"The Supreme Court of India felt that all cases, national or international, should come under the purview of one single law. The new legislation will have a more holistic approach and plug the lacunae in the implementation of anti-trafficking drives."

As well as creating an all-embracing law against trafficking, the bill will propose increasing the penalty for offenders to up to 15 years' jail from the present four to five years, and will provide protection for both victims and witnesses, the official said.

In addition, a separate court will be established to handle serious crimes committed across more than one Indian state, she said.

At present, human trafficking cases are dealt with largely under the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, though some also come under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, or sections of the Indian Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure, labour laws and overseas affairs, the official said.

"This is a big step forward," Dr P M Nair, a member of the expert committee set up to draft the bill, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation in a telephone interview.

"Since 2000, many of us working to prevent human trafficking have been pushing for comprehensive legislation. The highlight of the draft bill is that it gives victims a legal right to rehabilitation, making the state more accountable in doing so."

According to National Crime Record Bureau data, 5,466 cases of trafficking were reported in 2014, an increase of 60 percent since 2010.

"The new legislation hopes to fix these numbers," Nair said. "At present investigators, judicial officers and public prosecutors lack training in handling these sensitive cases. Under the new legislation, there will be an emphasis on ensuring better justice for victims."

An inter-ministerial committee will examine the draft bill when it is completed and send it to parliament, which is expected to pass it into law later this year, officials said.


(Reporting by Anuradha Nagaraj, editing by Tim Pearce. Please credit the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters, that covers humanitarian news, women's rights, trafficking and climate change. Visit www.trust.org)


Memorandum of Understanding between India and Bahrain on Cooperation for Prevention of Human Trafficking especially trafficking in Women and Children

Ref:
PIB 09 March 2016
http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx
AKT/BVA/SH 
(Release ID :137615)

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Bahrain on cooperation for prevention of human trafficking especially trafficking in women and children; rescue, recovery, repatriation and re-integration of victims of trafficking. 

This MoU will strengthen the bonds of friendship between the two countries and increase the bilateral cooperation on the issues of prevention, rescue, recovery and repatriation related to human trafficking especially women and children expeditiously. 

The MoU is expected to be signed during the Home Ministers upcoming visit to Bahrain in the first week of April 2016. 

The following are the salient features of the Memorandum of Understanding between India and Kingdom of Bahrain: 

i. To strengthen cooperation to prevent to all forms of humantrafficking, especially that of women and children and ensurespeedy investigation and prosecution of traffickers and organizedcrime syndicates in either country. 

ii. Taking preventive measures that would eliminate humantrafficking in women and children and in protecting the rights off victims of trafficking. 

iii. Anti-trafficking Cells and Task Force will work on both sides toprevent human trafficking. 

iv. Police and other concerned authorities will work in closecooperation and exchange information which can be used to interdict human traffickers, 

v. The repatriation of victims would be done as expeditiously aspossible and home country will undertake the safe and effective re-integration of the victims, 

vi. A Joint Task Force with representatives from both sides would beconstituted to monitor the working of the MoU. 

Background: 

As a destination of trafficking, South Asian countries are mainly affected by domestic trafficking, or trafficking from the neighboring countries. However, South Asian victims are also increasingly detected in the Middle East. 

India is a source and transit country as far as trafficking to Bahrain is concerned. On the other hand, Bahrain is a destination country for men and women subjected to trafficking in persons, specifically forced labour and forced prostitution. Men and women from South Asia migrate voluntarily to Bahrain to work as domestic workers or as unskilled laborers in theconstruction and service industries. However, some face conditions of forced labour after arriving in Bahrain, through use of such practices as unlawful withholding of passport, restrictions on movement, contract substitution, non¬payment of wages, threats, and physical or sexual abuse. 

The reinforcement of anti-trafficking efforts at all levels between the Kingdom of Bahrain and India is essential for prevention and protection of victims. This requires mutual cooperation among both the countries for intelligence sharing, joint investigation and a coordinated response to the challenges of human trafficking. For this purpose, it is proposed to sign an MoU with the Kingdom of Bahrain. India has already signed one MoU to prevent trafficking with Bangladesh. 



Indian Police Foundation shared idea local circle 


Addressing Child Trafficking


1. Smart phone app could be created to report child trafficking
2. Whenever police find children begging on roads and signals, they should be taken to rescue homes
3. NGOs must be roped in to find and rescue trafficked children
4. RWAs should appoint committees to report any child found on the roads in their vicinity to police
5. A website could be created to report a suspicious/trafficked child
6. A searchable online national database of missing children should be created
7. In every village/town, a few people who have proved themselves to be selfless, non-communal, social, educated and so on, can be designated by the Government as Ambassadors against child trafficking
8. Police should create special cells in each district who could easily be reached by people who want to report such an incident
9. A toll free helpline could be started to report trafficking related issues
10. Each district should have a set up to randomly check the ownership of children when they are being taken around
11. formulate local citizen groups in tandem to moral policing, keep a track and inform on any suspicious activities
12. A dedicated link in all police websites which gives the national record of missing children, and also children found shall be available in public domain
13. Traffic police manning signals should be involved to aid rescuing children used for begging
14. People caught in case of child trafficking should be put into rigorous imprisonment
15. Strengthen community level child Protection Units formed under Integrated Child Protection Scheme to identify and monitor and respond to attempts of child trafficking in communities
16. Quickly repatriate survivors of trafficking across the border and ensure re-integration and prevent re-trafficking.
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