The number of children who went missing and remain untraced across the country, increased by around 84 per cent between 2013 and 2015, with Delhi and Maharashtra recording most such cases, a leading NGO said.
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According to officials, most of the children who have been rescued are from north Indian states, West Bengal, and from Maharashtra interiors.
The questionnaire has only basic questions seeking information about the child, and in case the policeman find anything suspicious, further action can also be taken.
Khoyapaya.gov.in is the brainchild of PM Narendra Modi which will have information regarding missing and found children.
The website, http://www.khoyapaya.gov.in, will answer all queries as to what action is to be taken when a child goes missing.
It is alarming that most of these children are girls, raising concerns that they might be forced into prostitution.
The Salem Tabri police registered seven cases of kidnapping which were pending for long.
The court then ruled, “Chief Secretary be present and file affidavit on number of missing children and the number of children traced”.
According to government, nearly 75,000 children, who went missing between 2010 and 2013, remain untraced.
Group gathered under a banner called Nai Soch Samiti and chanted slogans asking Chief Minister Narendra Modi to “wake up”.
It would then be easier for them to locate the kids and rehabilitate them,said Chophel.
Of the total 4,234 missing children,number of girls are almost double than the boys.