Survey on children selling things at traffic signals is not to prejudice them but to ensure they are imparted education: Karnataka High Court

The exercise should not be misunderstood as intending to cause harm or prejudice to such children, the Bench of Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and SS Magadum underscored.
Survey on children selling things at traffic signals is not to prejudice them but to ensure they are imparted education: Karnataka High Court

The object of a survey undertaken at the behest of Karnataka High Court to identify homeless children selling products at traffic junctions, is not to penalise anyone but to ensure that such children are imparted education, the Karnataka High Court said on Thursday.

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