The Chairman, Railway Board, Ashwani Lohani along with the Chairperson, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Stuti Kacker flagging off a rally, at the launch of an awareness campaign for Protection of Children in Contact with Railways, in New Delhi on June 07, 2018.	
The General Manager, Northern Railway, Shri Vishwesh Chaube and senior officials are also seen.
The Chairman, Railway Board, Ashwani Lohani along with the Chairperson, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Stuti Kacker flagging off a rally, at the launch of an awareness campaign for Protection of Children in Contact with Railways, in New Delhi on June 07, 2018. The General Manager, Northern Railway, Shri Vishwesh Chaube and senior officials are also seen.

Railways, NCPR unveils a joint campaign on protection of Children

In an endeavour to spread awareness about large number of vulnerable children coming in contact with Railways as passengers or abandoned, trafficked, run away children separated from their family, Ashwani Lohani, Chairman, Railway Board, along with Stuti Kacker, Chairperson, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) on 7 June 2018 launched an awareness campaign on Protection of children in contact with Railways. Dharmendra Kumar, IPS, DG/RPF,Vishwesh Chaube, GM/Northern Railway, R.N.Singh, DRM/Delhi division and other senior officials were also present on this occasion.

Ashwani Lohani interacting with the media after launching an awareness campaign for Protection of Children in Contact with Railways, in New Delhi on June 07, 2018.

Ashwani Lohani interacting with the media after launching an awareness campaign for Protection of Children in Contact with Railways, in New Delhi on June 07, 2018.

Speaking on the occasion, Ashwani Lohani, Chairman, Railway Board said, “This campaign has been launched to address the issue of protection of Children across the entire railway system & to sensitise all stakeholders, passengers, vendors, porters. Currently, the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Railways to ensure Care and Protection of Children in contact with Railways is successfully implemented at 88 stations. Now, we intend to implement in 174 stations.”

Here, Stuti Kacker, Chairperson, NCPCR in her brief address stated that NCPCR is thankful to Ministry of Railways for such collaboration. She added that the support of secondary stakeholders like coolie/porters, vendors at stations is extremely useful in protection of abandoned children. She appreciated the efforts of RPF in taking swift actions to protect the children from trafficking & abuse.

A a poster was also released on the said occasion to raise awareness for protection and care of children in contact with Railways.

 

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