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In another operation, on June 9, Pranita Mukhia, the girl from the kingpin’s group who had boarded the Rajdhani Express to pick up the SATC members from New Jalpaiguri Railway Station, was also arrested.The NGO and Darjeeling police thanked the members who are from Classes 8, 9 and 10 for their intervention and applauded their courage. His interest in writing and the constant quest to find answers got him to explore media and the web.They requested the person in Delhi to send someone to meet them in Panitanki on the Indo-Nepal border, located in the plains of the Darjeeling district,” added Chettri.On June 8, Ugen Tshering Bhutia and Srijana Rai, who arrived at Panitanki to receive the members, were also arrested.But Facebook’s new kid-focused app, which features animations and emojis, seems to cater to a younger audience, said Josh Golin, executive director of Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood.“It looks like something that would appeal to a 6-year-old or 7-year-old,” he said.The members were asked to send their passport size photographs and, in the matter of 20 minutes, their forged Aadhar cards and appointment letters were mailed back to them.“The students then laid a trap, stating that they would run away from their homes for Delhi.

Many preteens have already found their way onto Facebook and more youth-oriented social media platforms such as Snapchat and Facebook’s own Instagram, despite internal rules that require users to be at least 13 years old.n June 9, a group of four schoolchildren from Darjeeling helped in the arrest of the kingpin and four traffickers involved in an international sex racket.The alleged kingpin, identified as Gagan Verma, is a resident of DLF Phase 2, Gurgaon (now Gurugram) and he used to forge documents to traffic girls and then force them into the flesh trade.“Messenger Kids is not responding to a need - it is creating one,” the letter states.“It appeals primarily to children who otherwise would not have their own social media accounts.” Another passage criticized Facebook for “targeting younger children with a new product.” In a statement, Facebook said on January 29 that the app “helps parents and children to chat in a safer way,” and emphasized that parents are “always in control” of their kids’ activity.A group letter sent on January 30 to CEO Mark Zuckerberg argues that younger children — the app is intended for those under 13 — aren’t ready to have social media accounts, navigate the complexities of online relationships or protect their own privacy.

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