After ten-month exile Ishora returns to Nepal

A 14-year-old teenager who had left the house to Jaigaon in search of work due to economic crisis and unrest in the house, finally reached Coochbehar’s Shaheed Bandana Memorial Housing. After ten months of being in the home, the aforesaid teenager named Ishora Gaudal from Nepal, has left for her home today on Wednesday.

Ishora’s house comprises of her parents, brother and sister-in-law. Child Welfare Committee sources have shown that with the help of district administration, the officers of the home took the teenager today to her house. At the same time, Ishora seemed very happy to return to her house after ten months.

According to the information received, on 16th April last year, Ishora left her house in anger to Jaigaon. She sitting in a bus and was crying in Kalchini, and a woman who saw her took her to the Kalchini police station.

Kalchini police handed over the teenager to Alipurduar Child Welfare Committee. Ishora reached the Coochbehar Shaheed Bandana Memorial Housing with the help of the Child Welfare Committee.
Initially, she did not tell anyone about herself, but later she gradually told the whole story.

After this, Coochbehar Child Protection Officer Snehashish Chaudhary contacted the Nepal government and on completion of the administrative work, Ishora was sent to Nepal today.

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