All of them come from poor family or victims of child trafficking. Professional Child trafficking rackets are working across India. According to reports and surveys one child goes missing every eight minutes in India .According to a report by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of India, 40,000 children are abducted each year, leaving 11,000 remains un-traced. Children especially of poor background are being kidnapped, trafficked and forced to beg. These very children, after attaining puberty are used as sex workers. Number of girls is very large as compared to boys. CBI reports of 2009 states that, more than 1.2 million children involved in prostitution in India. Sometimes infants are also stolen from hospitals and sold. They are illegally adopted or raised for begging or prostitution.
It is high time to take some steps to eradicate this evil from our society. Everyone can contribute in stop begging from India. We have strict law in our constitution like begging is illegal, children below the age of 14 years cannot work at any place but is it only the duty of Government or court to ensure that rules and regulation should be followed by everyone. The problem occurs when out of sympathy we give money to a child beggar then to an adult beggar. This leads to the problem of employing child beggar.No it is not so we are citizens of this beautiful country it is our duty to ensure that rule and regulation should be followed and to make this country a great place to live. By doing some small things we can stop begging in India like
Please remember each rupee you put on a child beggars hand is only strengthening child trafficking and prostitution.