“Every child must have a right to education” says Industrialist and Philanthropist Dr. Aneel Murarka wishing every child a very Happy Children’s Day.
Today, after having brought in some heavy changes in the social thread of the society, no prizes for guessing who tops the list for his philanthropic gestures. The man who has been a silent doer and a game changer for social atrocities prevailing in the society towards children, Industrialist and Philanthropist Dr. Aneel Murarka says “Children are like precious gems, they are future of the country. They truly symbolise God, do you ill treat God?”
On the occasion of Children’s Day, Dr. Aneel Murarka who is synonyms to philanthropy, generosity and kindness, despises the current scenario exciting in the society and calls for a change and better arrangements for children “There are so many ill practices like child labor, keeping them away from basic necessities like education, food, shelter etc needs to curbed in order to push the country towards a better future. Although so many NGOs & Government has come up with so many schemes, there are still so many sections which go unnoticed. Every child must have a right to education, participation, survival & protection”
“They are abandoned. They do not get a chance to step in a school. They are left to fend for themselves on the streets. They suffer from many forms of violence. They do not have access to even primary healthcare. They are subjected to cruel and inhumane treatments every day. They are children – innocent, young and beautiful – who are deprived of their rights” says Aneel Murarka who has been working towards improving the situation of children in the country.
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