of exploited Indian child labourers have been rescued by aid workers in a raid on clandestine Delhi factories.
Police raids on factories in the Indian capital have revealed dozens of migrant kids hard at work despite laws against child labor.
Police rounded up 26 children from three textiles factories and a metal processing plant, but dozens more are believed to have escaped. Those captured had all come to New Delhi from the states of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.
Some were embroidering women's clothing including saris and had been coached to deflect questions from authorities about their work.Other were working in acid and metal.Bachpan Bachao Andolan, or Save the Childhood Movement, in New Delhi, conducted raids in their quest to rid the country of child labour.