World news – IN – Committee gave important information to the High Court regarding the regulation law of placement agencieshi


The Delhi High Court was told on Wednesday that the placement agencies providing staff for domestic work have been asked to regulate ‘Delhi private placement agencies’ A concrete action plan is being prepared to effectively implement the (Regulation) Order-2014. The committee constituted by the High Court has given this information. The 9-member committee comprises Delhi government officials, senior advocates, Delhi Child Rights Protection Commission, Delhi Women’s Commission representatives.

Justice J R The bench of Midha and Brijesh Sethi has asked the committee to continue deliberations in this regard and present the status report before the next hearing. The next hearing of the case will be held on 17 December. The High Court has said that Justice Phule and senior advocate HS Phoolka, appointed in the case, are satisfied with the functioning of the committee. Phoolka is also a member of the committee. He told the bench that the next meeting of the committee will be held on 6 November. On the previous hearing of the case, the bench had said that the Delhi Private Placement Agencies (Regulation) order at first sight is not being implemented in its effective manner, thereby deviating the motive.

The High Court has also directed the committee to make accountability of departments and officials in the guideline being made to implement the rule. The High Court gave this order during the hearing of a habeas corpus petition. The petition sought to find the missing minor daughter on September 28 last year.

The girl was found by the Crime Branch (Anti-Trafficking Unit) of Delhi Police and submitted a report in the High Court stating that she wanted to go back to her hometown in Assam. The non-governmental organization Bachpan Bachao Andolan provided the girl with an air ticket to go home. During the hearing of the case, senior advocate Phoolka had told the bench that the placement agencies were involved in human trafficking on the pretext of getting young girls to work. He had demanded placement agencies to set guidelines to follow the guidelines issued by the High Court. The committee was then constituted by the bench.

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Karva Chauth, Sari, Delhi

World news – IN – The committee gave important information to the High Court regarding the regulation law of placement agencies


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