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Illegal NGO exposed in Ghaziabad

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

During the inspection by NCPCR member Yogesh Dube on June five, a Commission statement said, it was found that the children's home was illegally housing 35 boys, who were living in deplorable conditions.

The NGO, running the facility, has not renewed its registration, it said.

"The children rescued were living in a small, poorly ventilated room and made to cook their food. There were only two toilets which were also in dirty condition," the NCPCR said.

  

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Illegal NGO exposed in Ghaziabad

An inspection by National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has brought to light an illegal children home operating in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad where 35 children, including two physically challenged, were staying in "inhuman" conditions.

During the inspection by NCPCR member Yogesh Dube on June five, a Commission statement said, it was found that the children's home was illegally housing 35 boys, who were living in deplorable conditions.

The NGO, running the facility, has not renewed its registration, it said.

"The children rescued were living in a small, poorly ventilated room and made to cook their food. There were only two toilets which were also in dirty condition," the NCPCR said.

  
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Illegal NGO exposed in Ghaziabad

During the inspection by NCPCR member Yogesh Dube on June five, a Commission statement said, it was found that the children's home was illegally housing 35 boys, who were living in deplorable conditions.

The NGO, running the facility, has not renewed its registration, it said.

"The children rescued were living in a small, poorly ventilated room and made to cook their food. There were only two toilets which were also in dirty condition," the NCPCR said.

  

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