About 250 families are living at Sindhi Basti camp in Rangpuri Pahari area in conditions that violate the basic human rights as reported by the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights. Their report also says that over 100 children living in the area are forced to begging and selling toys with their parents. To help them live a decent life and give them a hope for better future, the children of the Basti will be receiving vocational training. They are also going to receive valid identity proof for their future needs.
DCPCR member Ranjana Prasad has also written to Delhi government department regarding the setting up of Anganwadi in the slums. “If all children from deprived communities are connected with Anganwadi, their basic needs including proper health facility will be fulfilled,” said Prasad.