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Empower toddler marriage sufferers with schooling

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Empower toddler marriage sufferers with schooling


HYDERABAD: Even though victims of infant marriages are rescued through the officers of girls and toddler welfare department and police, they stay prone as families would possibly pressure them to get married once more, experts say, including that rehabilitation is critical in such cases.

“Even when a woman is rescued from infant marriage, she will be able to still remain susceptible. The girls need to be rehabilitated and admitted to school or junior colleges. This manner, the victims can finish their research,” said Achyuta Rao, toddler rights activist and president of NGO, Balala Hakkula Sangham.
This year, almost 20 child marriages were averted within the metropolis. In the latest case, a sixteen-year-vintage lady becomes rescued by using officials in Yadadri district from a baby carriage. According to officials, the sufferer scored nine.2 CGPA within the SSC examination and desired to take a look at similarly.

The officials admitted her to a government school wherein residential facility is also furnished. “In this case, the lady changed into supplied aid to complete her studies. In most cases, after magnificence 10 exams, mother and father take the women to a local village and get them married. So after rescuing, the victims have to be admitted to hostels for you to finish research,” he brought.

Last 12 months alone Rachakonda police avoided forty-six infant marriages, with a maximum of the rescues performed in Bhongir district. “We have been figuring out the youngsters who’ve finished their Intermediate. Families are knowledgeable on child marriage and its bad effect,” said a SHE group officer in Rachakonda.

Over eight,000 cases pending at Telangana State Human Rights Commission

HYDERABAD: Task Force police busted a gang preparing fake land documents and arrested people, who claimed to be licensed stamp companies, on Saturday. Police seized numerous old non-judicial stamp papers and faux rubber stamps from their possession.
Acting on precise records, a Task Force crew arrested Kranthi Suresh Kumar, sixty-two, a realtor from Rajiv Gandhi Nagar in Alwal, and Mohammed Ali, forty, a document author from New Bhoiguda, Secunderabad, for indulging in education and sale of the fake land registration certificate. The accused have also been procuring and selling previous non-judicial stamp papers for wrongful advantage, Task Force inspector K Srinivas stated. The 1/3 gang member, Satish, forty, is absconding.

Police seized 228 antique non-judicial stamp papers, one hundred and five new non-judicial stamp papers, 104 fake rubber seals of sub-registrars and numerous government offices and different incriminating cloth from their possession.

On interrogation, Suresh Kumar and Mohammed Ali confessed that they have been licensed stamp providers near Secunderabad court. While operating on the courtroom, Suresh and Ali have become buddies. “They hatched a plan you obtain vintage non-judicial stamp papers and promote the same to gullible clients. Subsequently, Suresh Kumar also started out shopping antique non-judicial stamp papers from different accused, Satish and exceeded over the identical to Mohammed Ali. Ali eliminates the writing at the stamp papers using a chemical and prepares solid documents as consistent with the requirement of his clients using faux stamps and signatures. He prepared fake stamps in the call of several stamp companies in addition to sub-registrars throughout the city,” the inspector said.

The arrested humans together with the seized evidence have been passed over to Gandhi Nagar police for similar research. Police stated Ali has a crook file and he becomes in advance arrested in similar instances.


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