Govt to launch website for missing children
Posted on: 2015-06-01 Posted by: CLAT Gurukul Category: Archive Blog
With 11 children disappearing every hour in the country, the government will roll out a web platform for people to directly report, track and upload information on missing children. The first-of-its-kind web portal is launched by the Women and Child Development Ministry. It will serve as a platform for people to not only report a missing child but also track the efforts towards his or her recovery. The website, http://www.khoyapaya.gov.in, will answer all queries as to what action is to be taken when a child goes missing. About The Website: A joint initiative of the WCD Ministry and the Department of Electronics and Information Technology, the website will have three sections, ‘My child is missing’, ‘I have sighted a child’ and ‘Search a missing child’. The website will also provide links to court orders wherein police have been mandated to register an FIR in the matter of a child gone missing and treat it as either abduction or trafficking unless it is proved otherwise in the investigation. Source: Indian Express
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