Bhopal. Although the coronavirus epidemic has affected the life of the common man, but the children have been greatly affected by it, because their education, sports and routines have been badly affected. Children expressed their problems openly at the joint event of Child Right Observatory (CRO) and UNICEF. The CRO and UNICEF, advocating for the rights of children, jointly organized a dialogue between public representatives and children on a social media platform. In this dialogue, children from more than a dozen districts of the state joined and they spoke their speech outright.
Harsh Pandit, a student of class X of Indore district, said, “Online studies are not the same as in schools and studying on mobile continuously causes pain in the eyes as well. There is also physical and mental problems.”
Trupti Sharma of Umaria questioned the closure of schools and continued political activities. He says that if the schools are closed due to Corona then why are the meetings and meetings of political parties happening.
Similarly, many children also raised the issue of not having a mobile, pain in the eyes due to continuous study on mobile and not being able to meet with their peers.
Talking to the children, BJP leader Neha Bagga said, “In the midst of this epidemic, we have to find new avenues because the challenges are different, so there is a need to find a way that does not disturb the children and their education will also continue continuously. are.
Chairman of the CRO and former Chief Secretary of the state Nirmala Buch says that efforts will be made to solve the problems that the children have told and the problem can be solved at the government level. At the same time, many problems can be solved by society and family together, initiative will also be taken in this direction.
UNICEF communication expert Anil Gulati coordinated the communication on social media and gave details of the efforts being made to solve the problems of children. During this discussion, Sheopur’s District Panchayat President Kavita Meena, Jabalpur’s District Panchayat President Manorama Patel, Kodaria’s Sarpanch Anuradha Joshi also gave their views and also gave details of their efforts being made at their level to deal with Corona. (IANS)
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