Youth bodies say Observation Home needs more facilities

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    IMPHAL, April 17 (NNN): The executive office-bearers of the Tribal Youth Council, Manipur (TYCM) and The Third Eye, a Society for Protection of Women & Children’s Right jointly visited the Observation Home run by Department of Social Welfare, Government of Manipur at Takyel on Tuesday to look into the well-being, health and other conditions of the 23 children rescued from Grace Home, Jaipur, Rajasthan. The two voluntary organizations distributed essential materials such as exercise books, pencils, bathing and washing soaps, towels, tooth brushes and paste each for all the 23 children, the two organizations said.

    “On our visits we learned that certain facilities like recreational rooms and sports related items such as football, caroms, skipping, volleyball, daily newspapers, Magazines etc. are required for their health and well-being and for better information on daily happenings around them. The aforementioned facilities need to be made available for all inmates of the Observation Home,” TYCM president Tolkham Maring and Mayori Ruivah of The Third Eye said. 

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