Open line program of child line
25 Jan, 20

The open house program was organized in a private school today by Sawai Madhopur Child Line. As part of the program, the Child Line team had an open dialogue with about 200 boys and girls of Little Star English School. The program was attended by Rakesh Soni, chairman of the Child Welfare Committee and Vikram Singh, in-charge of the Anti-Trafficking Unit. The program was chaired by Project Director Arvind Chauhan of Childline. In the program, how the child helpline helps children, their safety and child rights were told. Incharge Vikram Singh of the anti-human trafficking unit told the children that they had to face bad touch many times while getting off the bus during the journey. So he gets to know Good Touch and the meeting better. Children were also given information about Good Touch Bad Touch as well as child marriage, child labor. Rakesh Soni gave detailed information about the immediate relief given to the children by Child Line. On the other hand, to make the district child friendly, the district administration is aware of various ways, including putting a patio on complaints and suggestions in schools, writing child helpline numbers on the daily diary eye card of school children and child helpline numbers on all police stations and checkpoints Given on security

A quiz was also organized by Childline. Prize distribution was done by the child line team Mukesh Verma, Lovely Jain, Shimla Meena, Kapil Swarnakar, Pradeep Bairwa to the correct answering children. The school's headmistress Jyoti Chandel and Dimple Kaur thanked everyone for giving information to children on child rights and protection by the Child Line team. Staff of anti-trafficking unit became Guddu Rishi and many staff of the school were present in the program