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Indian girls who have fled their country for safety are increasingly being treated like “a refugee”, according to an Indian journalist.
The Indian government is not providing even the basics to her,” said Anurag Kashyap, who runs the website Indian Express, which covers the country’s capital. “
A young girl I spoke to was being treated very differently, and she said that in the last three months, the government had not provided any assistance to her.
The Indian government is not providing even the basics to her,” said Anurag Kashyap, who runs the website Indian Express, which covers the country’s capital.
He said the Indian government had already started a project called Hindi for Girls, which aims to train teachers and schools to be better equipped to teach and serve girls from the Indian diaspora in Pakistan.
He said that while most Indian girls were still attending school in Pakistan, their children were living in relative safety in India.
“I think the government should be helping them, rather than being like this, and this is the biggest problem,” Mr Kashyamp said.
Many Indian parents have been unable to provide the school fees or rent they were promised, because of the government’s “bureaucratic inertia”.
“They are so focused on their jobs and their salaries, and they do not see the children who are fleeing and their plight,” Mr Mr Kashym said.
“They are just living in poverty.
Mr Kashyamps website India Express reports on the plight of Indian girls fleeing from Pakistan.
It also reports on the work of a charity called India For Girls, who provide support to Indian girls.