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Violation of Child Rights: In Indian Perspective

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Dr. Anindita Choudhury
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Social Sciences and Humanities
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The Word Child” means a human being of either gender especially one between infancy and youth. They are the most innocent and also loveliest creature of nature. A child today is a man tomorrow. They are the Country’s future. Everywhere in the society the child is well taken care, because the Country’s future lies on their healthy growth. Our mythology like Ramayana, Mahabharata, Vedas, etc also places the children in the throne of various Gods like Balgopal, Nandalal etc. As the children are innocent, tender in age, physically weaker, they cannot protect themselves. So, their rights need to be protected by the Society as well as law. Lacks of experiences, exposures, improper care/guidance are some of the contributing factors for their vulnerability and external influences. Children from ancient India till now are open to various heinous crimes, abuses, exploitation. And their basic human rights are usually vanished by different kinds of evil from their very tender age. They are becoming the subject of Socio-Political and economic exploitation leading to various crimes. Usually those exploited child becomes defenceless both physically and mentally. There is no dearth of laws for protecting the child’s right. But inspite of presence of various laws, those children are usually abused both in their home and outside home. In this way the buds of the flower are obstructed to blossom further. Children even being the greatest hope and assets of our nation are the sufferer of various human rights violation. During the recent years unfortunately the vulnerability against children are on increase. Children are thus exploited and abused in several forms. As every human being is born free having their own dignity and rights, those rights must be provided to the full extent by the State and the Society. Our Noble Laureate Rabindranath Tagore once expressed – “Every Child brings with his birth, the message of God”

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