300 families in Nalgonda district live in a graveyard, children play with skulls and bones
news Friday, June 27, 2014 - 05:30
The News Minute | June 27, 2014 | 22.41 pm IST The Telangana State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights has discovered that around 300 families have made a graveyard their home. According to a report published by The New Indian Express, these families migrated to Nalgonda district from Tamil Nadu around 40 years ago, the SCPCR said in a press conference. The Commission had visuals of children playing with bones and skulls. It also said that while boys were often addicted to drugs, girls were often had no option but to turn to prostitution.
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