Mose Ministries case: Parents seek reunion with kids at earliest

  • Mose Ministries case: Parents seek reunion with kids at earliest

    Summary: Trichy: Parents of the children lodged in the controversial Mose Ministries home, have urged the Trichy district administration to form a committee as per the court order, to facilitate the reunion of the parents and children at the earliest, in Trichy on Tuesday. The court also ordered the social welfare department to form a committee to execute the order. They urged him to ensure the committee is formed at the earliest. "It has been two and half months since the court passed the final order which allowed the major girls to decide on their future. A total of 89 girls, reportedly rescued from female infanticide in Usilampatti, have been staying at the illegal home run by Gideon Jacob.

    Trichy: Parents of the children lodged in the controversial Mose Ministries home, have urged the Trichy district administration to form a committee as per the court order, to facilitate the reunion of the parents and children at the earliest, in Trichy on Tuesday. The parents are concerned that any delay on the part of the government would give room for pastor Gideon Jacob to influence the girls to remain at the home.Parents of ten inmates of the home in Subramaniapuram, travelled from Usilampatti to meet district collector Dr KS Palanisamy. They urged him to ensure the committee is formed at the earliest.

    A total of 89 girls, reportedly rescued from female infanticide in Usilampatti, have been staying at the illegal home run by Gideon Jacob. A case against the unregistered home led to the identification of the parents of the 32 children through DNA test last year.Unable to meet the collector yesterday, they met the district social welfare office (DSWO), Trichy S Usha on Tuesday and expressed their desire to unite with the children at the earliest."It has been two and half months since the court passed the final order which allowed the major girls to decide on their future. The court also ordered the social welfare department to form a committee to execute the order.

    Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/trichy/mose-ministries-case-parents-seek-reunion-with-kids-at-earliest/articleshow/57280622.cms


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