Four Nepali children have been rescued from a child correction centre in India, The Kathmandu Post reports on Monday. The children were rescued with the support of the Prabasi Nepali Mitra Manch in India.
The boys had been taking shelter at the centre at Debariya in Uttar Pradesh in India for a long time.
According to district police office at Rupandehi, the boys were rescued by the Manch and sent to Nepal.
However, the boys are unable to tell the names and address of their parents. As a result, the district police office has appealed to all to help reach the kids to their respective homes.
Pravasi Nepali Mitra Manch is a registered NGO which is working for the rescue and rehabilitation of women and children. It is in action since 1990 and has achieved a remarkable position in this field with its continuous and consistent efforts.