Child marriage is legal crime, physical development of children stops, workshop organized in Garhwa


Garhwa. District Social Welfare Division (Baby Safety Unit) organized a one-day district stage workshop on the subject Baby Marriage Prohibition Act-2006. Deputy Growth Commissioner (DDC) Rajesh Kumar Rai presided over this workshop organized at District Council constructing. He mentioned that baby marriage is a critical matter. We have to go to the agricultural areas and inform the dad and mom of the youngsters in regards to the hurt brought on by baby marriage and make them perceive. They’ve to inform how their youngsters are being left uneducated as a result of baby marriage and their bodily improvement is getting stunted. Together with this, they’re additionally falling prey to social evils.

Directions for full compliance of Baby Marriage Prohibition Act-2006

He requested for full compliance of Baby Marriage Prohibition Act-2006. DRDA Director Dinesh Surin mentioned that after getting much less training from baby marriage, individuals additionally should face social evils. We have to give this marketing campaign the type of public consciousness.

Shaheed Nilambar-Pitamber village can be rejuvenated, each facility can be out there, mentioned Minister Mithilesh Thakur

Final 12 months 25 instances of kid marriage got here to gentle

District Social Welfare Officer Purnima Kumari mentioned that within the 12 months 2022, 25 instances of kid marriage have been reported in Garhwa district. It has been stopped with the cooperation of the individuals. He mentioned that baby marriage is a authorized offense and there’s a provision for punishment for it. Sub-Divisional Officer Ranka Ram Narayan Singh, SDPO Garhwa Awadh Kumar Yadav, Civil Surgeon Dr. Anil Kumar and Government Officer Municipal Council Sushil Kumar and others have been current on the event.

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