Eight minor boys have been rescued while allegedly being trafficked to Tamil Nadu and Kerala, from the railway station here through members of an NGO running for youngsters.

Childline’s Berhampur Coordinator, Prabhu Prasad Patra, stated the lads, all school drop outs aged among12 and sixteen years, were rescued the day prior to this.

Six of the men from Digapahandi were being taken to Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, while others hailing from Polasara were ready at Berhampur station to go to Kerala.

that they had teach tickets with them.

the boys couldn’t inform the names of the traffickers, who fled from the spot,” said Patra.

The rescued youngsters could be united with their dad and mom after being produced earlier than the kidWelfare Committee (CWC), he stated.

Childline’s Ganjam district Director Sudhir Sabat said because the summer time holiday is on, the traffickers are moving in rural regions to trap youngsters.

it’s far for the second one time in a week that Childline activists rescued youngsters from the railway station.

On April 25, they rescued sixteen youngsters (14 women and two boys) from the Puri-Tirupati explicit.whilst nine girls had been from Khurda district, seven others — 5 ladies and two boys — had been from Gajapati district.

The youngsters have been being taken to Andhra Pradesh to paintings in prawn processing devices.

The traffickers escaped from the railway station.