VIOLATION OF CHILD RIGHTS IN INDIA

Anjali kumari, CNLU, Patna


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ABSTRACT


Children will be the custodians of freedom, rule of law, justice, liberty, equality, fraternity, and, finally, international peace and stability in the future. They have the power to embody our values, dreams, desires, and expectations for the future. They are the future shoulders represented by great thinkers, rulers, scientists, leaders, capable lawmakers, managers, teachers, judges, and technologists. Children are a valuable human resource, but they are also fragile. Various Indian laws focusing on a place where children are viewed as non-entities and where conscious efforts are made to not only free them from neglect and violence, but also to allow them to achieve their full potential with equal access to food, health, education, and respect. They are becoming the subject of Socio-Political and economic exploitation leading to various crimes. Usually those exploited child becomes defenseless both physically and mentally. There is no dearth of laws for protecting the child’s right. But in spite 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 grow even further. Even though children are our country's greatest hope and asset, they are victims of numerous human rights violations. Unfortunately, the vulnerability of children has increased in recent years. As a result, children are neglected and abused in a variety of ways. Since every human being is born with the ability to choose, Having dignity and freedom of their own, those rights must be respected to the fullest extent possible.



Journal Details
Abbreviation: NLR 

ISSN:   2582-8479 (O)

Year of Starting: 2020

Place: New Delhi, India

Accessibility: Open Access

Peer Reviewer: Double Blind

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