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400 child labourers sent back

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The Telangana State Government is sending back the child workers, who were recovered from the bangle making and different other workshops in Hyderabad, in most recent ten days. Around 400 children hailing from Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal were saved by the city police and work office authorities in diverse parts of the city. An extensive number of them were protected from the Old City.

On Wednesday, 100 youngsters from Bihar were sent by Secunderabad – Patna Express. Authorities of Women and Child Welfare Department, Crime Investigation Department (CID) Hyderabad City Police and Government Railway Police escorted the gathering.

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Authorities said that lines had made courses of action for the go of the youngsters after a solicitation was sent by the State Government. A sum of 282 youngsters have been recognized and eighty two were sent on Tuesday.

Area Child Protection Officer, Md Imtiyaz Raheem said that the group of authorities going with the youngsters will handover the kids to the Bihar authorities furthermore help them in their restoration.

The authorities said that the youngsters were utilized at footwear workshops by the holders and paid between Rs.50 to Rs.80 a day for the occupation which extended up to 18 hours a day.

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