119 children missing from state orphanages; The government informed the High Court!

Bangalore: So far 484 children have gone missing from government child care centers (Bala Mandir) in the state. In the statement submitted to the High Court, the government itself said that 119 more children have not been found.

Acting CJ Alok Aradhe and Ny.S. It came up for hearing on Tuesday before the division bench headed by Vishwajitshetty. The lawyer for the government, who submitted a report on the steps taken to find the missing children as per the previous order of the court, said this.

The bench, which recorded the government’s report, has already passed four months since the government submitted its report. The inquiry adjourned with the direction that the action taken after this report should be submitted within four weeks. Advocate S. Umapati argued for the petitioner.
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Summary of the report
2022 information
As of February 2022, 11 of the 13 children identified are living with their parents. Two children are in kindergartens. Out of 119 cases of missing children, 66 cases have been transferred to the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) and 53 cases have been transferred to the concerned police stations, the government said in the compliance report.
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484-Children missing from various orphanages
352-children found
Of the 340-identified children, 340 were living with their parents
02-Death due to HIV-TB disease