Four Nepali kids have been rescued from a child correction centre in India.
They were rescued with the support of the Prabsi Nepali Mitra Manch in India. The boys had been taking shelter at the centre in Debariya of Uttar Pradesh India since a long time. They were rescued by the Manch and sent to Nepal, according to District Police Office, Rupandehi.
However, the children are unable to tell the names and address of their parents. As a result, the Office has appealed to all to help reach the kids to their respective homes, Superintendent of Police Shyam Gyawali said.