World Day Against Child Labour: Ayushmann Khurrana Says Children Belong To Schools, Not Factories Says “Each One Of Us Has A Role To Play”

Ayushmann on World Day Against Child Labour: Children belong to schools, not factories (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Ayushmann Khurrana is building on his career success. The actor was last seen in Thappad director Anubhav Sinha’s Anek, which received mixed reviews from critics and audience. While his last film faced failure at the box office, he recently spoke about the World Day Against Child Labour. The actor believes that we all should come together to end child labour.

On World Day Against Child Labour, actor Ayushmann Khurrana, who has been inducted by UNICEF as their Celebrity Advocate for the global campaign Ending Violence Against Children (EVAC), set the agenda for the eradication of child labor in our country. Is.

Ayushmann says, “Children belong to schools and playgrounds and not as workers in workshops, factories, agricultural fields or domestic workers. Child labor violates their rights and deprives them of their education, development and opportunities. It also makes them vulnerable to injuries, exploitation and abuse.”

ayushman Added: “Children who have the opportunity to attend school regularly have better earning potential in the future, thereby helping to end the inter-generational cycle of poverty.

“Each of us has a role to play to end child labour. We can take action to end child labor in our businesses, our homes and our communities, Ayushmann said.

Ayushmann feels that at-risk children need to be protected at any cost.

Ayushmann says, “Help vulnerable children and their families to access education and social security schemes. Raising awareness about the lasting negative impact of child labour. If you see a child laborer or another child in danger, call CHILDLINE 1098.

On the work front, Ayushmann will next be seen in two very interesting projects this year – Anubhuti Kashyap’s ‘Doctor Ji’ and filmmaker Aanand L RaiDebutant Anirudh Iyer is directing ‘Action Hero’.

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