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India: Two Dalit children killed in Madhya Pradesh on public relief

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Police have arrested two men in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, who are alleged India: Two Dalit children killed in Madhya Pradesh on public relief

India: Two Dalit children killed in Madhya Pradesh on public relief

In the Hindu caste system, Dalits are considered the least inferior. Although there are laws to protect Dalits, they face widespread discrimination in India.

Superintendent of Police Rajesh Chandal told reporter BBC Hindi Shorya Niazi that 'both children were stabbed to death. We have registered a murder case against both the accused. They are under investigation.
Hours after the incident on Wednesday, police arrested two men belonging to the Hindu caste. His names are Rameshwar Yadav and Hakim Yadav.
Light and Avinash are related, but Light was raised by Avinash's parents and lived in their home.
Police say 12-year-old Prakash and 10-year-old Avinash were attacked on Wednesday while they were relocating to a village.
Family members of the children told the BBC they did not have a toilet in the house.
Millions of poor people in India are forced to relocate under the open sky and women and children are generally at risk due to this process

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Avinash's father, Manoj, says he is a day labourer and cannot afford to build toilets in his home. He said he had also failed to access the government scheme under which the government had to provide toilets to poor families.
Under the Clean India program, the government has started a toilet construction program across the country to end the sanitation process and ensure cleanliness. The program was launched in 2014 and was inaugurated by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On October 2, 2019, Modi reaffirmed India's resolve to completely relieve relief under the open sky.
The village of Manoj was declared by the government to be a village where the relief process under the open sky has been completely abolished.
According to research, although the construction of new toilets has increased drastically, degradation, poor maintenance of toilets and gradual changes in behaviour continue to hinder the complete elimination of the process.
However, Narendra Modi's move is praised. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has termed the Clean India program 'a model for other countries to improve access to sanitation for the world's poorest people.'

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