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Today we will discuss Cruelty to children in India in detail. This is really a serious issue nowadays and we have to pay more attention to it.

Introduction

Childhood is to play and not to work. But due to poverty, some children lose the joy of their childhood. Some cruel people force them to work. These children are deprived of education. Books are strangers to them. They remain illiterate.

Child Trafficking

Child trafficking means to buy or sell children illegally. There are some people loiter in areas of poverty and give many kinds of attractions to children to trap them.

Children are sold to serve in factories, houses, hotels, and restaurants. This type of incident or child abuse is common in metro cities like Delhi NCR, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, and all popular places.

Child Abuse By Parents

Sometimes parents in poor families send their children to work in factories and restaurants. Every Chhotu in small hotels and Daba is an example of same problem.

Sometimes parents sell their children for money to rich people. These rich people either have them as their servants or they may sell them illegally further for earning more money.

So many cause have been seen in Bihar and other undeveloped states of India And their child abuse case becoming more and more over time.

Cruelty To Children In India For Labour

About eighty years ago Miss Mayo said, “ India is a rich country where poor people live.” The rich people purchase the children to make them work in their houses and factories as a slaver.

When a child gets employed, his life becomes hellish. He has to work more than ten hours a day. He is abused and misused. Sometimes he is beaten mercilessly. A child working in a hotel suffers the most. He is the first to get up and is the last to sleep.

He cannot grumble for fear of being beaten. Hotel managers are loose-tongued. For a slight mistake, they shower abuses. He does not know the efficacy of sweet words. Longfellow, the famous poet said, “ A torn jacket is soon mended but harsh words bruise the heart.” Thus the children suffer and bear the sufferings.

Conclusion

Our constitution does not allow the system of child labor. But rich people do not respect it. The Supreme Court is also against it. So it is the duty of our government to take action to save children in this respect.

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