Protecting a child from sexual abuse lies primarily with parents — and then to a lesser extent with teachers, school authorities, other care givers and government authorities, in that order. So, to protect a child, parents have to educate themselves about the dangers faced by children today and they must be well-informed, so that they can detect any signs of sexual abuse.
If you find this man somewhere , please slap him from my side. I feel pity for the kid. She don't even know what she'd have gone through. There are so many unreported cases like these in India. We want safer place to live. @narendramodi @BarackObama @UN_Women #Indianpolice pic.twitter.com/yEPIO6JpVB— Bhavna Kakoti (@BhavnaKakoti) March 25, 2020