Vedanta Khushi Starts Discussion on Making Udaipur a Child Beggary and Child Labour Free City

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UDAIPUR: Vedanta Khushi has started a new discussion with the theme of ‘Making Udaipur a Child Beggary and Child Labour Free City’.  Udaipur, City of Lakes and World’s most sought after tourism destination has been lately facing incidents of child beggary and child labour.

Before this problem scales up.. what solutions do we have.. Let us think and discuss together.. Government – Media – NGO – Corporates – KHUSHI…. to ensure that our city Udaipur remains a “Child Beggary and Child Labour Free City”, Vedanta Khushi said in the statement.

Now a days when you wait on the traffic signals, from some where small children knock at your car windows or pull your shirt .. beggary.. something needs to be done.. parents pushing their children towards child labour to match two-meals.. The hands that should hold books and are holding bricks or begging on road-side..

indiacsr logoVedanta Khushi is a social media campaign initiated by Vedanta Group to spread awareness towards care for the underprivileged children in India. The campaign posts success stories on the khushi blog at www.khushi-creatinghappiness.blogspot.in and as a strong 28,000 members group from across the world on facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/vedantakhushi. The campaign also discusses and brings forward issues concerning underprivileged children.

Today, Vedanta Khushi has initiated an online discussion on “Making Udaipur a Child Beggary and Child Labour Free City” at facebook.

JOIN THE DISCUSSION at http://www.facebook.com/events/113614248809254 .

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