The Collector, before whom the children were produced on Monday, also ordered for a one time financial assistance to the children. Officials from DCPU said that the children will be produced before the Child Welfare Committee, following which the future course of action will be decided. MADURAIThree children, who had lost both their parents and were staying with her ailing maternal grandmother, were handed over to officials from the District Child Protection Unit (DCPU) to ensure care and education by Collector S. Natarajan on Monday. P. Pandiammal, the grandmother from Kulamangalam here, petitioned Collector saying that she did not have the wherewithal to take care of the children, aged eight, six and four. “We decided to approach the district administration as supporting the children with the support of donors seemed unsustainable,” he said.
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