The Muzaffarpur Shame is India’s Collective Shame

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This is our collective shame! Orphaned little girls in a shelter home deserve the society’s love and empathy. Instead, they got brutalised, humiliated and violated night after night. And nobody stepped in to help till Tata Institute of Social Sciences exposed the perpetrators. What do we do and where do we hide our shame? God knows what would be happening in our numerous orphanages and shelter homes all over the country! Let us demand stringent social audit of all such places by reputed and credible institutions/NGOs. As a society we should not be mute spectators to such spectres of violence and child abuse!
Please demand stringent action against the perpetrators and audit of all other orphanages and shelter home
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Author is an IRS Officer of the Government of India and works at Delhi. He is a former cricketer of Odisha and East Zone having played in the Vijay Merchant, Vijay Hazare and Cooch Behar trophies. He even attended two junior India coaching camps at Bengaluru in the early 1990s under National Coach, the legendary late Shri Hanumanth Singh. Sobhan is a multi-faceted personality and is a cricketer, bureaucrat, philanthropist, writer, speaker and conscience-keeper in the same vein.

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