Soon, after National Anthem, anti-child abuse documentary will be played in the movie theatre. The documentary will be initially screened in 11 cinema halls of Delhi later will be extended across India & it will make mandatory. To grab maximum attention documentary will be played twice, a 1st time before movie and 2nd during intervals. The documentary aims to stop child abuse and encourage people or victims to report such incidents. As per National Crime Records
The documentary aims to stop child abuse and encourage people or victims to report such incidents. As per National Crime Records Bureau, 94,172 cases of child abuse were reported last year. In most cases, the offender is a family member, close relative and known persons. Victims or family persons generally do not report such incidents. These type of incidents make a negative impact on an affected child for the entire life.
Depression, anxiety, violent are such serious consequences which a sexually abused child has to face. The documentary which is made in both languages English and Hindi, by NCPCR (National Commission for Protection of Child Rights). The initiative came after analysing the impact of the anti-smoking clip played in theatres. Most interesting part of the whole initiative is that cinema halls across the country are not charging even a single penny to telecast the short film, said NCPCR Officials.