Judav Sansthan is a non profitable, non poltical, non government social service registered organisation. It’s registered under Rajasthan Societies Registration Act. 1958 and Income Tax Act.1961. and also registered unedr sec. 80G for tax exemption.
Judav has established in the year 2006 by likeminded local leaders, and committed for the upliftment of deprived and poor community. The main thought behind the creation of Judav is to create a way of upliftment of the deprived community to bring them into the mainstream of development. Judav also believes in creating awareness on the rights of human beings through the community mobilization.
Background to formation of Judav is that; after the independents our Center and State Governments have implements various developmental and welfare schemes to improve the socio-economic, educational and politically status of poor, tribal and deprived communities. Our constitution provide equity right to every Indians, but this is true that in the remote and tribal area peoples are living with deficiency of proper road, education and health facilities, drinking water and unsecured livelihood.
When plans are design of welfare scheme that time the strategy of the schemes are work out very useful to upliftment of civil societies. At the implementation level the main thought and focus are overlooked by bureaucrats and political person for their personal interest. Lack of proper awareness and education the needy population are not acquire the benefits and benefits goes to unneeded persons. Economically poor, deprive and tribal are mostly illiterate and unorganized so that they can not approach to welfare scheme and exploited. They are not aware about the constitutional rights. Their livelihood is depending on forest, low productive land, livestock and labour. That type of so many issues are creating ditch among the society.
To revert the present condition and fill the gaps between different communities with multi-sphere empowerments, protect their rights, develop self confidence and reputation of deprived, poor and tribal community and mainstreaming them with development these are main ideology to formation of the Judav.

Profile At A Glance
Address – Udaipur Office-
23-C, Madhuvan Near SBI,
Udaipur- 313 001 (Rajasthan)
E-Mail ID – judav_sansthan@yahoo.com
Phone (Mob)- 09214530508
Field Office – Opp. Panchyat Samiti
At post – Gogunda,
Pin- 313 705
Distt. – Gogunda
Registration – Registered under Rajasthan Societies Registration Act1958.
Reg. No.119/Udaipur/2006-07 dt. 26-7-2006
Income tax exemption status: Registered under Income Tax Act 1961.
U/s 12AA Reg. No. AA-AA/Udai/Justic/12AA/2008-09/1933 &
U/s 80G Reg. No. AA/Udai/Justic/12AA/2008-09/1932

Main objectives:
Main objective of Judav Sansthan is:
• To upliftment of deprived, poor and tribal communities and ensure their livelihood.
• To create a sustainable way of upliftment of the deprived, poor and tribal communities.
• To bring them into the mainstream of development.
• To develop self confidence and reputation of deprived, poor and tribal communities among the civil societies.
• To empowerment of deprived, poor and tribal communities and protect their rights.
Geographical Coverage
Judav is working in three blocks of Udaipur region. Gogunda and Badgaon blocks of Udaipur district and Kumbhalgarh block of Rajsamand district and intensively Judav is focusing on the Chorbavadi Gram Panchayat of Gogunda block to make a model of the community efforts.
Judav is working with rural poor, tribal and deprive communities to insure their livelihood in sustainable manner. The activities are running with community participation and initiatives by following the faith in deprived section, team spirit, joint efforts and leadership, respectable attitude and behavioral skills values.
Current activities:
(a) Education Quality education and Common School system
– Creating awareness on quality & common Education.
– Creating awareness among community on Right to Education.
– Mainstream all the children (School Enrolment & Retentions of
School dropout students).
– Activation of SDMC and PTA members.
– Activation of School Teachers
(b) Health Safe Motherhood and Child development
Mobilization of community for the fundamental Right to health.
– Reduction in MMR & IMR.
– Sensitisation of Community & Pachayat members.
– Sensitisation to the PHC/sub center for immunizations &
availability of staff at head Quarter.
– Sensitisation to the Anganwadi workers for immunization and
supply of nutrition to child and pregnant women.
– Sensitisation of TBA’s (Traditionally Birth Attended) and organized them for their basic rights.
(c) Environment Play a advocacy role for the Forests land Rights of the local
victims. ( at present there are 2470 cases in the area.)
– Mobilization & Sensitisation on Forest Land Rights Act
– Sensitisation of Govt. official to providing land rights to the victims.

Good Lamp Organisation for the Depressed Communities.

Ameenapeta. Eluru: 534006 West Godavari District. Andhra Pradesh. India
Regd No: 665/2001

OUR VISION: To establish AIDS free society.

OUR MISSION: To assist and organizing victim community, empowerment
network with the other like mind people, NGO’s &
in collaboration with Governments.

• To rescue the children and women from prostitution and to prevent trafficking and sexual exploitation.
• To educate the people on health issues and to organize awareness camps for prevention of HIV/AIDS/STDS.
• To help the children of orphans Affected & Infected by HIV/AIDS
• To educate the children of HIV/AIDS and also to conduct adult literacy programmes.
• To find out street children at bazaars, railway stations, bus stations and to join them in orphanages.
• To work for the human rights and civil rights for the victims of the HIV/AIDS, sex workers, trafficking women and children.
• To work for the networking with NGO’s, CBO’s & GO’s for the victims of the HIV/AIDS, sex workers, trafficking women and children in addition to the other developmental activities.
• To work for rehabilitation and income generating activities duly forming self help groups among people living with HIV/AIDS and sex workers along with other below poverty line people.
• To organize women self help groups and struggle for the rights of women.
• To assist and create awareness on land and forest issues to the Adivaasis & Girijans in tribal areas.

• Community organization and empowerment.
• Capacity building
• Information, education & communication.
• Resource mobilization
• Care & Support
• Preventive measures.


I) It is affiliated with Government of Indian Ministry of youth affairs
& sports. Affiliation no: ELR/80, Dt. 09/05/2006.
II) It is having life membership in Christian Medical Association of India, New Delhi bearing No. Life A- 19978, Dt. 29/11/2005.
III) It is also member in the Network of “Christian HIV/AIDS
National Alliance” (CANA), NewDelhi w.e.f. 12/09/2006.
IV) It is also working with Government of Andhra pradesh” District Water Sanitation Mission” – wide the office Lt no. T.O. Lt no
332/DWSM/ NGP/ 2006, Dt. 12/09/2006 of District Collector/
Chairman DWSL/ WGDT on Nirmal Gram Puraskar and the same
is also being Continued for the year of 2008-2009.
V) It is also running Residential Bridge Course (Rajiv Vidhya Mission) at kaikaram for the Dropout school children wide office orders of R.C. No 7/D6/SSA/06, Dt. 07/09/2006 of District Collector West Godavari District and Chairman SSA and the same is also being continued for the year of 2008-2009.

Good Lamp Organization has adopted a village “Verabadra puram”
Dendulur mandal in West Godavari Andhra pradesh with a noble cause for doing welfare and developmental activities and constructed a Community hall cum resource center.

Care and support and Home for effected and infected children of HIV/AIDS are being maintained at “Chebrole”in West Godavari District.
Andhra pradesh in India.

On 14-01-2005 the organization has participated in relief workers at Krishna district AP, mainly in rural villages near by seashore sector Machilipatnam distributed the vessels, cloths and rice.

Participated in flood relief activities and distributed food packets, new cloths and vessels in Krishna district Diviseema area on 12/10/09

It is working in 11 mandals in West Godavari District on Forest and land issues for the Adivaasis and Girijans (Schedule Tribes) disturbed 11 metric tones of rice for land reclamation of 100 acres of assign land at Antervedhi gudem in Buttai Gudem mandalam for the Adivaasis in West godavari district during the months of August and September 2009.


I. COMMUNITY CARE –Care & Support for 10 people living with HIV/AIDS.
COMMUNITY CARE- Care & Support for 25 infected children living with
COMMUNITY CARE (Home) for 35 Affected Children
Who lost their parents due to HIV/AIDS.

1. To conduct awareness programs.
2. Orientation on STD/HIV/AIDS.
3. Education on STD/HIV/AIDS.
4. Dissemination IEC material
5. Organizing meetings
6. Conducting seminars.


1. To conduct focus group discussions.
2. One to one interactions.
3. One to group interaction.
4. Exhibitions.
5. Counseling
6. Family meet interaction/


1. Follow- up syndromic case management- for STDS.
2. Strengthening linkages and networking
3. Condom programming
4. Conducting health camp


1. Identification of outlets.
2. Demonstration sessions.
3. Sensitization programs for minimizing stigma and discrimination.


1. In house training.
2. Other organization’s training.
3. Exposure visits.
4. Attending meetings, seminars, training and conventions.
5. Stop trafficking and child prostitution.


1. To make the region free from trafficking & sexual exploitation
of women and children.
2. To protect the freedom of women and civil rights to create
awareness among the VOCSET.
3. To work for the social reintegration and for rehabilitation.
4. To maintain Home for the victims of trafficking and sexual
exploitation women and children.


1. To empower the sex workers and their associates in adoption of safer sexual practices and to lead them for good treatment and through behavioral change communication.
2. To make use of correct, constant use of condoms to reduce the STDS.
3. To conduct out reach mobile camps and to render referral services for improved health care to the sex workers.

Organizational Profile:

Name of the organization: Good Lamp Organisation
for the depressed Communities.

Name of the Chief Functionary: Rev. Dr. T. Y. Das.

Designation: Founder President.

Phone & Mobile No: 91-08812-231838
(Head Office) 91-09440382784.

Address for Communication: Rev. Dr. T. Y. Das.
(Head Office) President.
Good Lamp Organisation.
Dno. 27-1-29/4. Ameenapeta.
Eluru. 534006. West Godavari District.
Andhra pradesh. India.

E- mail: tydasrtcdm@yahoo.com

Year of Registration and No: 665/2001

Experience in the service activities: 8 years.

F.C.R.A No & Year: 010180198 of 2005.

Income Tax exemption: Income tax exempted U/S 80 G (5)
VI of the IT act 1961,
and registration U/S 12A of the IT act 1961.

Pan No: AAAA G 2916
Valid from 12-12-2001.

Name of the Bank: State Bank of India (Main Branch) Eluru.
And Account No: 30040587053

Address of the field office: Care & Support,
Home for the Effected & Infected Children of HIV/AIDS.
Behind Railway Station. Chebrole. 534406.
Ungutur mandal, West godavari district. Andhra pradesh. India.
Phone: 91-08818-252000.
Mobile: 91-09440382784

Govt gives NGOs rural job plan reins


The government will hand over the running of the rural job scheme to a nation-wide network of NGOs, sidelining the panchayats and gram sabhas that managed the programme till now.

The official explanation is the “failure of the local-level political system” (sarpanches) in running the UPA’s flagship social programme that is mired in allegations of corruption and inefficiency.

Many NGOs had been monitoring the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme but now they will be virtually in charge and will be paid for their work. The central and state governments do not directly run the scheme — they provide the funds, fix the wages and “measure” (assess and quantify) the work done.

According to a draft note prepared by the rural development ministry, the NGOs will spread awareness about the scheme, train the workforce, monitor the muster rolls and all documents relating to the work done, ensure that grievances are redressed and, finally, evaluate the scheme’s implementation.

The panchayats will be kept in the loop but will no longer be the decision-makers.

The ministry will start the process of selecting the NGOs for the job in a few days, after notifying the new plan.

In the first phase, expected to start in a couple of months, the “NGOisation” will be implemented in 14 states, including Bengal. To start with, the voluntary organisations will be assigned just one district each and only for six months.

Each NGO will be paid Rs 4 lakh for these six months. For this, Rs 15 crore has been set aside in the current financial year.

According to the ministry draft note, the expected benefits of the move are “transparency and accountability (and) efficient grievance redress mechanism”.

“We had entrusted the responsibility of implementing the (scheme) with the village sarpanch,” rural development minister C.P. Joshi said. “But there are so many allegations against the local political representatives…. It is important to stop these manipulations.”

Not everyone is convinced, though.

“With this, the government is planning to give the NGOs the upper hand over elected representatives. It is being done on the wrong assumption that all NGOs are trustworthy. There are good and bad NGOs just as there are good sarpanches and bad sarpanches,” a ministry official said.

He added: “The elected representatives are at least accountable to the public and government but these NGOs are not. Even if they are found culpable, all that the government can do is blacklist them. But the same people can float another NGO in another name.”

A consortium of NGOs, that have so far been monitoring the scheme on their own, has asked the Centre to set up a national authority made up of NGOs to oversee the programme across the country. Their argument: “The largest employment programme in human history requires a separate authority to anchor it.”

“The intervention of NGOs (in the job scheme) has (already) had a dramatic impact on incomes, indebtedness and migration,” said Pramathesh Ambasta of Samaj Pragati Sahayog. He claimed that Rajasthan had witnessed a 175 per cent rise in work demand under the scheme.

A rural development ministry wing, the Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology, will oversee the “NGOisation”.

Later, NGOs will be involved in other major schemes such as the Indira Awas Yojana, Prime Minister’s Gram Sadak Yojana and the Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana, officials said.

Source: TelegraphIndia.com

Development of Primitive Tribal Groups(PTGs)

Scheme Name : Development of Primitive Tribal Groups(PTGs)
Ministry / Department/Organisation : Ministry of Tribal Affairs
Goverment : Central
Sponsored By
Sponsored By : Central Goverment
Funding Pattren : Funds will be released to NGOs directly in accordance with the annual programme as approved for a particular financial year in view of the Conservation-cum-Development Plan of the State concerned.
Description : The scheme covers 75 identified Primitive Tribal Groups. Activities include housing, land distribution, land development, agricultural development, cattle development, construction of link roads, installation of non-conventional sources of energy for lighting purpose, social security including Janshree Bima Yojana etc.
Beneficiaries : Community,
Benefits : Training,Any other,
How to avail
Eligibility Criteria : Any registered voluntary organization, NGO engaged in the conduct and promotion of social welfare of the rural poor, especially STs, for three years at least.
How to avail : All the 17 States, UTs have prepared, are in the process of preparing their respective Conservation cum Development (CCD) Plans which inter alia indicate how and which NGOs they are likely to involve in the implementation of their Plan. The respective State Governments need to be approached by interested NGOs, for being inclusion in the CCD Plan.
Nodal Officer Contact Details
Name : Dr Bachittar Singh
Address : Room No 740 A Wing Shastri Bhawan New Delhi
Contact No. : 011-23073489
Email : bsingh@nic.in
Validity of the Scheme
Introduced On : 06-08-2008
Valid Upto : 31-03-2012
Scheme Details
Reference Url : http://www.tribal.nic.in/index2.asp?sublinkid=430&langid=1
Keywords : NGO, PTG, Primitive Tribal Groups
Attachement Reqired during submission of appliaction for this scheme

Coaching For Scheduled Tribes

Scheme Name : Coaching For Scheduled Tribes
Ministry / Department/Organisation : Ministry of Tribal Affairs
Goverment : Central
Sponsored By
Sponsored By : Central Goverment
Funding Pattren : a) Funding shall be on contractual payment basis according to the course. b) The grants will be provided on per student cost basis. c) Union Territories, Universities and private institutions will be given 100% grant and State owned institutions will be given 80% grant. d) The funding includes the coaching fees (including the charges of faculty), advertisement charges, stipend to candidates, assistance for boarding & lodging to outsation students etc.
Description : The scheduled tribes cadidates including PTGs candidatsc coming from deprived families and disadvantaged environment find it difficult to compete with those coming from a socially and economically advantageous background. To promote a more level playing field, and give ST candidates a better chance to succeed in competitive examinations, the Ministry of Tribal Affairs supports a scheme for coaching for disadvantaged ST candidates in quality coaching institution to enable them to appear in competitive examinations and succeed in obtaining an appropriate job in the public & private sector and also to appear in Entrance Examinations for Medical, Engineering, MBA and other professional courses.
Beneficiaries : Individual,
Benefits : Any other,
How to avail
Eligibility Criteria : i) The Pre-Examinations Coaching Centeres (PECs) run by State Governments, Union Territories, universities and registered private institutions shall be covered under the scheme, for coaching of ST candidates.
How to avail : (a) The organisation shall submit the application in the prescribed formatas per the procedure and guidelines prescribed under the schme by this Ministry (b) The application shall be submitted by the instituition directly to the Ministry of Tribal Affairs as soon as the advertisement is publised by the Ministry in the national dailies. State/UT Givernment shall also be requested to publicize the same in local or vernacular newspapers (c) After receiving the applications, the Ministry may take the views of the respective State Government or UT Administration on the standing or reputation of the coaching instituitions
Nodal Officer Contact Details
Name : Dr Bachittar Singh
Address : Room No 740 A Wing Shastri Bhawan New Delhi
Contact No. : 011-23073489
Email : bsingh@nic.in
Validity of the Scheme
Introduced On : 05-11-2007
Valid Upto : 31-03-2012
Scheme Details
Reference Url : http://www.tribal.nic.in/index1.asp?linkid=330&langid=1
Keywords : NGO, Guidelines, Coaching for STs
Attachement Reqired during submission of appliaction for this scheme

Scheme for building grant to Cultural Organisations

Scheme Name : Scheme for building grant to Cultural Organisations
Ministry / Department/Organisation : Ministry of Culture
Goverment : Central
Sponsored By
Sponsored By : Central Goverment
Funding Pattren : Grant released in 3 installments of 30%, 40% and 30%
Description : The objective of the Scheme is to give grants to voluntary cultural organizations for: (i) Construction of their building; and (ii) Purchase of specific items of equipments. (b) Requests for additions to and renovations of the existing buildings will not be covered under the Scheme unless the proposals are specifically for modernizing/upgrading/extending auditoria, studios, music halls, theatres etc.
Beneficiaries : Individual,Community,
Benefits : Subsidy,
How to avail
Eligibility Criteria : The scheme covers all organizations working in the field for the promotion of culture such as dance, drama, theatre, music, fine arts, Indology and literature. Religious institutions, public libraries, museums, schools, universities, institutions fully funded by Central Governments / U.T. Administrations/ Municipalities/ Corporations will not be eligible. (b) Only those organizations which are primarily working in the field of culture for at least 5 years, and have been registered at least for a period of two years under the Registration of Societies Act(XXI of 1860) or similar acts, or as a Trust, and are recommended for assistance by the State Governments, Union Territory Administrations or the Academies duly authorized by the State Governments/U.T.Administration for this purpose, will be considered for grants-in-aid.
How to avail : Application in response to advertisement should be sent through a prescribed performa to the Ministry of Culture, Government of India through the State Government/Union Territories Administration.
Nodal Officer Contact Details
Name : Anita Sinha
Address : Room-318, C- Wing, Shastri Bhawan New Delhi -110001
Contact No. : 011-23381431
Email : anita.sinha@nic.in
Validity of the Scheme
Introduced On :
Valid Upto :
Scheme Details
Reference Url : http://indiaculture.nic.in/indiaculture/Building.htm
Keywords : building, equipment, land
Attachement Reqired during submission of appliaction for this scheme
Title of Document 1 : Land documents-value of land paid
Title of Document 2 : Building plans as approved by Municipali
Title of Document 3 : Prospectus, MOA, Rules and Regulations
Title of Document 4 : Certificate of Registration
Title of Document 5 : Copies of Audited accounts

Punish Persons who misuse IPC 498A and Domestic Violence Law: NGO

domestic_violenceChild Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP), a Bangalore based first of its kind all India body (NGO) dealing with parents fighting for children’s custody disputes ongoing/over divorce battle today urged Government of India and all the concerned state governments to amend/make fresh laws to grant equal access to both parents who have been fighting for custody of their child/children. Further they appealed to make shared parenting mandatory. Requested Law Ministry to set up special courts to deal with Child Custody cases in order to speedily dispose the cases. In any eventuality, the matters must be deposed within three months of filing the case, the members of CRISP observed. They also demanded to punish persons who misuse IPC 498A and Domestic Violence Law.

CRISP has over 1000 active members across India and abroad. It has chapters all over India. Addressing a press conference in Hyderabad today Mr. Kumar V. Jahgirdar, Founder and President of CRISP who himself is fighting a legal battle for equal access to his daughter from his wife Chethana (currently married to Indian leg spinner Anil Kumble) along with some members said misuse of anti-dowry laws and other woman-protection laws has now become a well recognized problem in India. Increasing number of aged parents, sisters and children in the husband’s family are falsely accused and arrested under these inhumane laws, and find them defenseless against the harassment unleashed thereafter and multiple litigations for the same offence/allegations with violations of Article 20 and 21 of Indian constitution.

Adding further he stated that annually about 75,000 dowry harassment cases are filed across India. Approximately 1,20,000 women (related to husbands) were arrested in the 4 years (2004 to 2007) under the dowry laws. As per the National Crime Records Bureau data, more than 80% people arrested under dowry law cases have turned out to be innocent. (For example: In the year 2006, a total number of 1,37,180 persons were arrested under 498A and out of those 4,812 were not even charge sheeted. Out of the 62,746 persons who were charge sheeted – 50,895 i.e. approximately 81% were found innocent after the completion of the trial and the rest are still under trial). Every year 52,000 married men commit suicide in India as against 28,000 married women (Source: 2005 – NCR). Every year more than 1,00,000 men lose their job and become unemployed because of wrongful arrests under the dowry laws. World Health Organisation report on Elder Abuse finds misuse of dowry laws by the daughters-in-law as the main reason for the elder abuse in India. The Supreme Court of India has already termed the dowry law misuse as “Legal Terrorism”. BBC study indicates that more than 80% women under-trials (related to husbands) lodged in Tihar jail (Delhi) are booked under dowry related laws.

CRISP demands Government, Home Ministry, Chief Justice of India to act on its demand of granting equal rights to both the parents who have been fighting for the custody of the child. In many cases despite of the court orders, Fathers are not allowed to see children. Children should have equal access to both the parents in order to help the child lead a normal life. We must make shared parenting mandatory. Approximately Five Lakh parents especially fathers are suffering with this kind of cases where they don’t have access to their children. The mothers, in order to take revenge on the husband don’t allow fathers to see the child. They have been violating many court orders. The poor fathers can’t do anything. They have been suffering in silence. Now the time has come. Government must understand the pain of the father. It is not that just mothers alone have love and affection for the child. The fathers too have equal feelings towards their offspring. It is unfortunate that the laws are gender biased more towards women. According the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “All are equal before the law, and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law”. Hence, men should also be accorded protection from physical, verbal, emotional, sexual and financial abuse by women.

Gender Biased LAW should immediately be made crime based instead of any assumption that all women never lie and all the men are born as Criminals. “MEN/WOMEN” word to be replaced by word “PERSON” and word “wife/husband” to be replaced with the word “SPOUSE”.

CRISP believes in the concept of shared parenting i.e., wherein the child should have access to its natural parents, the father and the mother in the best interest of the child when both the parents are otherwise not disqualified. We take pride in the fact that National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), a Government of India undertaking recently has appreciated our initiative on child welfare and significance of love and care of both the parents in a child’s life.

In our society unfortunately 2 out of 5 marriages are ending up in divorce more so in the Metros and the educated classes of the society, especially the upper middle class and affluent class. CRISP receives various complaints in matters related to parental alienation including that of NRI’s pertaining to parental abduction of children. We are presenting to our media friends a typical case of an unfortunate father Dr. V. Ravi Chandran, a world renowned scientist who is deprived of the care and custody of his son Master Aditya aged about 6 years, from more than 670 days. Please also refer www.rescueaditya.org for further details. For more than 21 months the father doesn’t even know the whereabouts and the welfare of the child and obviously this great scientist and wonderful father is in a lot of distress due to the uncertainty of his loving child.

Dr. V. Ravi Chandran is Ph.D. & M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, University of Florida. He has got the world patent for several important medicines… Liquid formulations of metformin, US patents 6890957, 6559187, Novel compounds with High Therapeutic Index, US & worldwide patents pending in USA, CANADA etc., and various others, to name a few. He is also the recipient of 2004 distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Florida in May 2004 for his lifetime contribution to Pharmaceutical Sciences. He has also performed as a consultant to Medical staff at Harvard Medical School.

His wife Vijayasree Voora had meticulously planned for illegal kidnapping of Aditya. She moved Aditya from place to place to avoid tracing. Past 21 months she subjected to Aditya to live in substandard motels which she changed often. She did not admit him to any school for a period of more than 21 months preventing him from having social contacts, schooling, or any stability in his life. All Aditya knows is cruelty from his mother. She had deprived Aditya of love and attention from his father, and also from all members of family from either side. Aditya was treated to mediocre schooling or no schooling, despicable apartment life, nomadic existence, and being moved all over India with his fugitive mother. Vijayasree Voora, with her reckless behavior due to severe mental illness is endangering the welfare of a child, with contempt of court orders, continues to abuse Aditya by holding him hostage. Recently Aditya was found to be suffering from bronchitis and typhoid due to the fugitive lifestyle he was subjected to.

The press conference was addressed by many members of the CRISP. To put pressure on the government for their rights, CRISP is planning to have roadshow across India, to mobilise public opinion on the same. It also urged media to highlight their righful request.

The whereabouts of Master Aditya can be informed to his father and his natural guardian Dr. V. Ravi Chandran on his mobile: 9704362000.

The parents suffering with similar problems may reach CRISP (Flat No. 3, Natasha Penta, Infantry Road Cross, Bangalore – 560001. Tel: 080 – 25593848, Fax: 080-41238847 www.crisp-india.org) to fight for the common cause to save our children to lead normal life.

Source: www.saveindianfamily.org