There are several irregularities in the Don Bosco School, run by Christian missionaries, located in Davanagere, Karnataka, which is being investigated by the ‘National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR). During this time, the NCPCR team also reached the children’s shelter home Open Centre. President of the organization Priyank Kanungo has shared the picture of a pamphlet found during this period. The names of the items, dates and their prices are written in this leaflet. Beef is also among the things whose names are written in it.
Highlighting this, Priyank Kanungo informed in his tweet that this suspicious meat was found during inspection in the kitchen. Team member and gynecologist Dr Divya Gupta found this bill of beef from the garbage. There are a large number of Hindu children in the home, yet all the children are being made to practice Christian religion and beef is being cooked. A notice has been issued by the organization for necessary action.
At the Open Shelter, a children’s shelter run by the Don Bosco Missionary Organization in Davanagere, Karnataka. @NCPCR_ Commission’s team found suspicious meat in the kitchen during inspection. @DrDivyagupta28 Has also found this beef bill among the garbage.
A large number of Hindu children in the home… pic.twitter.com/0r22praqFp
— Priyank Kanoongo Priyank Kanoongo (@KanoongoPriyank) November 21, 2023
NCPCR team is active in Karnataka. Let us tell you that after the earlier inspection, NCPCR Chairman Priyank Kanungo, while sharing a video on social media, had written, “During the inspection of a children’s home of Don Bosco Missionary in Karnataka, a child from Jodhpur, Rajasthan was found who had wandered from home. Kar had come here and was living here for several months, instructions have been given to send him back to Jodhpur.”
NCPCR Chairman said that as per the rules the child should have been sent home but the children’s home did not follow it. Also in the video, he is seen interrogating two women working there. He is questioning the women about religious education in the shelter home. Highlighting the recurring problem of missionaries keeping children in shelter homes against their will, she said, “In the greed for money, some child shelter homes keep children against their will and keep them away from their families Keep. All this is done with the connivance of local officials.”