India's forgotten Child labor

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  1. kickok1975

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    Where they live?

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    Life is smoke

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    And Hard work

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    It's been that for generations

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    Digging, Digging

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    The earth is full of treasure

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    Villages and Cities are depend on it

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    Should next generation do the same thing?

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    Child labour is a reality. BUT, many of the pictures shown are phony, to say the least.

    Well, we give our clothes for ironing to a woman. She does the ironing. But the clothes are collected and delivered by children. One boy is only 8 years old. I have seen him growing since he was a crawler. He delivers the ironed clothes, maybe 5 or 10 kg. Sure the child is tired. He walks about 100 m and climbs to my FF flat. Definitely a hard labour. I did not press him into labour. What can I do? Not much. But I do give a piece of sweet or an orange or an apple etc. Am I guilty of inducing him to bring our load of clothes or am I helping him a bit? Maybe both.
     

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