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Thursday, December 07 2023
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Chamarajanagara: Keep children away from politics, citizens urge

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Chamarajanagara: Children below the age of 18 years participated in the joining ceremony of a party at Basaveshwara Community Hall in Gundlupete Town of the District.

Children below the age of 18 years were seen wearing party shawls during the induction ceremony of some leaders of the Madiwala Community led by candidate Ganesh Prasad. This is a crime and there have been demands for action by the citizens.

The Government of India and the United Nations approved the Convention on the Rights of the Child on December 11, 1992, which is considered to be a child under the age of 18 years under the Rights of the Child and the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015. Sections 32 and 36 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child prohibit children from working in areas that are dangerous to the health and education of children and not to participate in any activities that hamper the development of children.

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