26 Girls Are Missing From Bhopal, MP, What Is Full Matter?

26 girls have gone missing from a girls’ home in the Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh. These girls are still unknown. The girls belonged to several states. There is no information about where these girls have gone. Initial investigations have revealed that the girls’ home was being operated illegally in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh.

What Is Full Matter Of 26 girls Missing?

On Friday, the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights had also inspected the girls’ home. It was revealed that the girls’ home was being operated without proper approval and registration.

Orphaned children were being managed without informing the government. In this situation, there is a strong suspicion of trafficking girls within the Anchal Missionary Institution. Several irregularities were also found during the inspection of the girls’ home.

From Which Places These Girls Was?

During an inspection by the Anchal Missionary Institution in the Parvaliya police station area of Bhopal, 26 out of 68 girls were found missing. Most of these girls were from different states. The remaining 41 girls were found in places like Raisen, Chhindwara, Balaghat, Sehore, Vidisha, as well as Rajasthan, Jharkhand, and Gujarat.

The Chairman of the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Priyank Kanoongo, has written a letter to the Chief Secretary Veera Rana about the matter, and a probe report has been requested within seven days. The Parvaliya police station has also filed an FIR regarding the case.

How Shivraj Singh Chouhan Reacted To Matter?

Regarding the case, former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, has also expressed concern.

He wrote, “The incident of 26 girls going missing from an unauthorized girls’ home in the Parvaliya police station area of Bhopal has come to my attention. Considering the seriousness and sensitivity of the matter, I urge the government to take notice and initiate prompt action.”

The ex-Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, is concerned about the case of 26 girls missing from an unauthorized girls’ home in Bhopal’s Parvaliya area. He has asked the government to pay attention to the seriousness of the issue and take quick action.

How Opposition Attacked Government?

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Sajjan Singh Verma, a former minister from the Congress party, claimed that when the BJP is in power, unauthorized child protection homes, religious conversions, human trafficking, and immoral activities increase rapidly.

He also mentioned a rise in the number of slaughterhouses during BJP rule. Verma criticized the BJP, stating that they engage in politics using religion, and such incidents occur mainly when they are in charge.


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