28 drowned in Rice Canal Larkana during 2015

LARKANA: As many as 28 children and elders drowned in Rice Canal Larkana during 2015 despite ban on taking bath imposed by the district administration. They lost their lives while swimming due to hot weather and worst electricity load shedding.

As many as 302 kids, including 88 girls, were segregated for one or the other reason who too were reunited with their parents during the same year in Larkana. Children Welfare Trust Chief, Anwar Ali Khokhar, told newsmen here on Sunday that as many as 55 women took refuge in his Trust after developing differences with their family members over major or minor issues and were also sent back to their homes after proper patch up between them and their respective families.

Khokhar further said that out of these 302 children, as many as 32 children were lost in January 2015, in February 29, March 26, April 14, May 39, June 19, July 24, August 29, September 29, October 10, November 27 and in December 27. Anwar Khokhar added that all these kids were also reunited with their parents after hectic efforts to find them. He appealed to all the parents & elders to take care of their minor kids and never allow them alone to go out for purchasing things from shops to ensure their safety and avoid disappearances.

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