Seven kids rescued
The Jamunaha Police Post along Nepal-India border rescued seven children who were being taken to India for employment today.
The policemen posted in the post rescued the children after suspicions that the brokers might have been taking them abroad for risky jobs.
Sub-inspector Biswajit Gautam said they barred the children from entering into India. He added that the children were in school uniform and all of them were students of Prithivi Higher Secondary of Shreegaun, Dang. He said the children were between the age of 13 and 16. Gautam said the kids would be handed over to their guardians through CWIN.