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‘29 kids in MP, 14 in Raj went missing per day in 2021’
New Delhi: On an average, 29 children in Madhya Pradesh and 14 in Rajasthan went missing every day in 2021, according to a new report of child rights NGO CRY, which revealed that there was a significant increase in the number of missing children cases in four major states of north India.
Also, five children went missing per day in Delhi in 2021 in eight police districts, according to the “Status Report on Missing Children” report of Child Rights and You (CRY), which also said on an average, eight children — six girls and two boys — went missing per day from 58 districts of Uttar Pradesh.
The report revealed that the number of missing girls in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan was reported five times higher than that of boys in 2021. While 8,751 cases of missing children were registered in Madhya Pradesh and 3,179 in Rajasthan.