Satyarthi wants sex abusers’ registry
Bengaluru, Sept. 15: Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi demanded that the government should create a sex offenders registry in order to track child abusers and traffickers.
In Bengaluru, the IT capital of India, as part of his “Bharat Yatra”, Mr Satyarthi also called upon the engineering community to wage a “technology war” on child abuse and trafficking.
The march, which started from Kanyakumari on September 11 and will conclude on October 16 at New Delhi, march aims at mobilising action against sexual abuse and trafficking of children.
Addressing a gathering, Mr Satyarthi said, “Sex offence registry is my demand in Bengaluru. We have to identify sex offenders so that the perpetrators can be boycotted by the community and society.”
“Such people should never find any job anywhere. If they are spotted at bus stands or railway stations, people should be aware of them,” said Mr Satyarthi.