Odisha

‘Told To Leave Hostel’ After Contracting Skin Disease, Students Rescued By Childline In Odisha’s Jajpur

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OB Bureau

Jajpur: A group of students of a residential school in Chitalo village in Odisha’s Jajpur district have been rescued by Childline after they were allegedly asked to vacate the hostel by the authorities.

The children have contracted a skin disease and were allegedly asked to leave the hostel to prevent the disease from spreading further.

After receiving information that the children were moving on the road alone, a Childline team rushed to the spot and rescued them. They have been admitted to a hospital.

OB Bureau

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