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RAJKOT: five children in West Bengal (WB)
On Saturday, imitation jewelry manufacturing units near the intersection of Rajkot Green Lane were rescued.
The police arrested two people on the grounds that the children were forced to work inhumanely in manufacturing units. A non-
Government organization (NGO)
Childline received a phone call telling the children to work in two imitation jewelry manufacturing units of the Nazi Vera Association and the Tirupatti Association near the green land crossing, in inhuman conditions.
According to this information, Kalpesh Pandya, a head of the NGO and a child labor ban officer, a social security officer and police raided two manufacturing units and rescued five 10
They were sent to the child protection center.
"Most children are brought from the Bardhman and hub li districts of WB," Pandia said . ".
The defendants were identified as Sheikh Salam Aynil and Jamar Aynil, also from the World Bank.
Under the regulations on the Prohibition of Child Labor Act and the Juvenile Justice Act, they are registered.
Under these bills, a maximum of three years of imprisonment, ranging from Rs 20,000 to Rs 50,000, can be imposed on conviction.
Investigation Officer P. B. Jebalia said, "We have rescued the children and are now trying to reach out to their parents.
"According to the children, they are forced to work more than 10 hours a day.
They are also forced to work night shifts where they have to do dangerous jobs like welding with gasDevice based.
Last month, police rescued 27 children from Rajkot's imitation jewelry department.
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