Children's Day: Give hands to unprivileged kids

Young Children
While India is celebrating Children's Day on Sunday, Nov 14, several kids in the country still suffer for the basic things to live - food, shelter and clothing.

Children's day is celebrated on Pandit Jawharlal Nehru's birthday as a day of fun and frisk. There is a celebration of childhood, children and Nehruji's love for the children.

In this growing tech-savvy world, people get excited with how Google celebrates Children's Day with its decorative Doodle and fete the day with children special sms and messages.

While a 14-year-old school boy Akshay Raj received a Technology Starter Package and helped his school to get Rs 2 lakh with his intellectual Doodle for Google, another boy struggled to get one time food.

But people in below poverty line (BPL) are forced to send their children to work in the sake of earning little money.

According the 1986 Child Labour Act, employment of children in certain specified hazardous occupations and processes is prohibited, but people keeps continue this practice.

Child labour is not a new problem of this country but people should adopt a new way to tackle this problem.

The popular phrase by Robert Brault contributes to the children here can be remembered - "In a dark moment I ask, how can anyone bring a child into this world? And the answer rings clear, because there is no other world, and because the child has no other way into it."

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