Special teams formed to rescue children from forced labour, informed Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar
Hyderabad: The Cyberabad Police will be launching ‘Operation Muskaan VII’ from Thursday to rescue and rehabilitate homeless children and those forced into child labour.
Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar said the police had formed special teams comprising a sub inspector, a woman constable and two male police constables.
“A total of seven teams are being formed to identify and rescue children trapped in trafficking. We will be using the facial recognition software ‘Darpan’ to help the children unite with the parents if they are run away or were separated due to some reasons,” he said.
The police have identified clusters where children were found forced into labour work in previous years. “Our teams along with other departments will coordinate the rescue and rehabilitation work,” Sajjanar said.
C Anasuya, DCP (Women and Child Welfare) Cyberabad will be supervising the operations of the teams as part of Operation Muskaan, which will continue till July end.
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