Girl Child Labour

By G.Sagarika , VII , B

From the early hour of the morning till late in the night. She slogs like a slave. Moving from house to house cleaning and washing, sweeping and swabbing. She spends her whole day tirelessly. Heavy burden on her tender shoulders has snuffed out her rosy childhood neither sunshine nor cheer in her life.

Has made her journey a complete darkness. She receives neither compliment not praises for a good work done; only abuses and beating are doled out to her. Everyone knows her sorrowful plight, but no one has the will power to unshackle her from slavery and grant her freedom-her birth right.


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