A CHILDLINE report on missing children discusses the relation of trafficking to missing children. It reports that on average 44,475 children go missing every year. The data also shows an increase in missing children over the years, an increased in untraced cases and increase of cases of missing children in certain metropolitan cities and states led my Maharashtra at a yearly average of 13,881.
The report states that children are often kidnapped or trafficked for prostitution, organ donations, employment, and such activities. The National Centre for Missing Children is an online website where one can search cases of missing children as well as report cases. Many NGOs claim that estimates of missing children are much higher than reported.
In this concern Hum Hindu sent letter Petitions to all concern department and dignitaries , now Delhi commission of child rights has been taken cognizance on same issue on our petition and matter is under process.