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Delhi Govt. orders enquiry into alleged child abuse in city orphanages

New Delhi, Sat, 25 Feb 2012 ANI

New Delhi, Feb.25 (ANI): Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Saturday said that her government has set up a commission of enquiry to look into issues related to abuse of children and the reported deaths of children at the unregistered children home Arya Anathalaya.

 

Dikshit said that the matter was being dealt with in a serious manner, and added that her government would not allow orphanages to indulge in child abuse.

 

She said that the Commission of Enquiry has been set up by Delhi Government under Section 3 of the Commission of Enqury Act 1954 read with a communication dated August 20, 1966 of the Union Home Ministry.

 

The commission will be headed by retired IAS officers Geeta Sagar and Janak Juneja.

 

Both retired officers have long administrative experience and wide understanding, a Delhi Government release said.

 

The Commission of Enquiry has been asked to submit its report with its recommendations within a month.

 

It has been asked to look into the state of affairs of five children homes- Arya Bal Grih, Darya Gant, Arya kanya Sadan, Darya Ganj, Chhatrawas Chnadra Arya Vidya Mandir, East Of Kailash, Chandra Arya Vidyalaya, East Of Kailash and Arya Anathalaya , Darya Ganj. (ANI)

 


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