Missing Children of India - Synopsis

There is no greater vacuum, no greater void than the helplessness felt by parents whose children have gone missing. Amissing child in the Indian legal system is generally not considered a heinous crime with little attention being paid, until some time has elapsed, on recovering the child. The genesis of this research study arose from the case of missing children in Nithari in 2006 when BBA was involved in organising initiatives to bring the matter into public limelight. The case demonstrated the worst forms of abuse and exploitation of children, with more than 30 children having gone missing and brutally murdered.

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