In two years, 250 children left home after being upset by the stepparents ’sale. – More than 250 children fled their homes in two years

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In two years, 250 children left home after being bothered by stepparents ’quarrels.
Baghpat, Baraut. The strictness of the stepparents, their quarrels, the children are not able to tolerate and run away from home. In two years, about 250 children have left home. Some of them marched away from home. Missing children have been found from Baghpat in Jammu and Kashmir and even from Nepal. Of these, 65 children have been housed in special foster homes. The rest were handed over to their families.
The boy who recovered from Jammu and Kashmir is 11 years old. His stepmother hit him, he was not behaving properly. When he tried to send her home after recovery, he refused. The boy was later sent to the foster home. This is not the first case of its kind. There are 250 such cases registered in the records of the Child Welfare Committee. Among them, there are 65 such special children, who cannot speak and cannot hear.
Case number one
A child from the village near the headquarters left home two months ago. Police are looking for a child along with the child welfare committee, a child found in Nepal. When members of the Child Welfare Committee spoke to the child, it was found that he could neither speak nor listen. He hinted that his stepfather often hits him after drinking alcohol. He used to smoke cigarettes and smoke in his mouth and used to scold all the time. Currently, members of the Child Welfare Committee left him in the Pilibhit Special Shelter. There the boy is very happy. Dialogue
cas number two
A ten-year-old boy, resident in a village in the Chhaprauli area, also disappeared from his home last month. When searched, the boy was found in Haridwar. The child is disabled. The boy explained that the mother had died many years ago due to an illness. Her father married a second time. The boy explained that his stepmother used to make fun of his disability. The Child Welfare Committee has left the child in the Special Shelter located in Lucknow.
This offer is a member of the child welfare committee —–
Rekha Rani Chauhan, a member of the Child Welfare Committee, said that in the past two years, the number of children in the 13-17 age group fleeing has doubled. What worries me is that more than 65 percent of them are girls. Most of the children were harassed and injured by their stepparents. Many had this in mind that if they had had parents, how much they would have loved them, the stepparents would not have loved them. He said that in the last two years, the police and the committee have recovered more than 250 children from places like Jammu and Kashmir, Nepal, Haridwar, Noida, Gurgaon, Delhi and so on.
This appointment is the head of the psychology department
According to Dr. Anshu Agarwal, head of the psychology department at Digambar Jain Degree College, children do not have a pleasant atmosphere in these houses, so children are disturbed in the house. Parents should be kind to children between the ages of 14 and 17. Talk about your routine, explain yours. Instead of getting angry with their words, resolve them by explaining them with love. It requires you to play less instead of disabling mobile games altogether. Teach children good manners.
Said this CO
CO Yuvraj Singh says that in two years, police have recovered hundreds of these children, who were unhappy with the behavior of their stepmother or stepfather in the house. After receiving the children, the children are handed over to the Child Welfare Commission. After that, the members of the Child Welfare Committee, after advising the children, send them to their families or foster homes. Parents should treat their children well.

In two years, 250 children left home after being bothered by stepparents ’quarrels.

Baghpat, Baraut. The strictness of the stepparents, their quarrels, the children are not able to tolerate and run away from home. In two years, about 250 children have left home. Some of them marched away from home. Missing children have been found from Baghpat in Jammu and Kashmir and even from Nepal. Of these, 65 children have been housed in special foster homes. The rest were handed over to their families.

The boy who recovered from Jammu and Kashmir is 11 years old. His stepmother hit him, he was not behaving properly. When he tried to send her home after recovery, he refused. The boy was later sent to the foster home. This is not the first case of its kind. There are 250 such cases registered in the records of the Child Welfare Committee. Among them are 65 such special children, who cannot speak and cannot hear.

Case number one

A child from the village near the headquarters left home two months ago. Police are looking for a child along with the child welfare committee, a child found in Nepal. When members of the Child Welfare Committee spoke to the child, it was found that he could neither speak nor listen. He hinted that his stepfather often hits him after drinking alcohol. He used to smoke cigarettes and smoke in his mouth and used to scold all the time. Currently, members of the Child Welfare Committee left him in the Pilibhit Special Shelter. There the boy is very happy. Dialogue

cas number two

A ten-year-old boy, resident in a village in the Chhaprauli area, also disappeared from his home last month. When searched, the boy was found in Haridwar. The child is disabled. The boy explained that the mother had died many years ago due to an illness. Her father married a second time. The boy explained that his stepmother used to make fun of his disability. The Child Welfare Committee has left the child in the Special Shelter located in Lucknow.

This offer is a member of the child welfare committee —–

Rekha Rani Chauhan, a member of the Child Welfare Committee, said that in the past two years, the number of children in the 13-17 age group fleeing has doubled. What worries me is that more than 65 percent of them are girls. Most of the children were harassed and injured by their stepparents. Many had this in mind that if they had had parents, how much they would have loved them, the stepparents would not have loved them. He said that in the last two years, the police and the committee have recovered more than 250 children from places like Jammu and Kashmir, Nepal, Haridwar, Noida, Gurgaon, Delhi and so on.

This appointment is the head of the psychology department

According to Dr. Anshu Agarwal, head of the psychology department at Digambar Jain Degree College, children do not have a pleasant atmosphere in these houses, so children are disturbed in the house. Parents should be kind to children between the ages of 14 and 17. Talk about your routine, explain yours. Instead of getting angry with their words, resolve them by explaining them with love. It requires you to play less instead of disabling mobile games altogether. Teach children good manners.

Said this CO

CO Yuvraj Singh says that in two years, police have recovered hundreds of these children, who were unhappy with the behavior of their stepmother or stepfather in the house. After receiving the children, the children are handed over to the Child Welfare Commission. After that, the members of the Child Welfare Committee, after advising the children, send them to their families or foster homes. Parents should treat their children well.

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