DNA Database & DNA Profiling or DNA Typing Tools to Trace Missing Children

Author Name(s): *Vijay D. Rughwani,Sweta A Kahurke ,Yogesh Golhar
Author Email: vijay_55478@rediffmail.com


Lakhs of children are kidnapped across the country each year and pushed into sex or organ trade or bonded labour but precious little is being done to find and restore them to their parents. For these children, it is living through the worst nightmare. Getting lost in markets and seeing strange faces all around may put a child in utter agony. But for a kidnapped child, this is just the beginning of a long ordeal. At the other end, for the parents it is an even bigger horror; not getting to see the child they were bringing up with so much affection and the constant fear of what he or she might be undergoing among strangers. The Supreme Court recently asked the Centre and all the State governments to state what they have been doing to trace the 55,000 children who, officially, have gone missing in the past three years. It issued notice on a petition, which alleged that these children were kidnapped for the purpose of prostitution, bonded labour, removal of vital organs such as kidneys and eyes, bootlegging and smuggling. Incidentally, on July 18, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) asked the Delhi government and police to submit a report on claims that at least 50 children went missing from the Capital in the first eight days of that month. It also asked them to inform whether the guidelines on missing children issued in August 2007 were strictly followed. The NHRC had, in the wake of the Nithari kidnappings and murders of children in Noida, constituted a five-member committee under member P.C. Sharma, which prepared an exhaustive report on missing children. This paper focus on recent technology of Bio-engineering like Dna Database & Dna Profiling that can be used to trace missing children.


DNA databases, DNA profiling, National, Genetic genealogy, Medical DNA database


India is being manipulated into losing her Sovereignty. The Future of Common Indians is very DARK, as the Indian Democratic Republic is being turned into an Unconstitutional Oligarchy, with “ruthless” CLASS WAR as the main Objective. PPP, Divestment, Privatization, DEREGULATION, National Manufacturing Policy, NMIZs, Destroying Agriculture and “Culture”, by Industrialization and Real Estate on Fertile lands, subsidies to the rich oligarchs Indian and foreign in the form of stimuli, from 2008,Deliberately keeping Budget Deficit and Inflation High, SOCIAL ENGINEERING on the diktat of “their” Western Masters, FDI in and Philanthropy for Education, Efforts to take over the CHILD by the STATE, Misusing the Minorities Against the Majority Hindus, Land Grabs, SEZs, GMO Foods/seeds, Misuse of Media by Predictive programming and other Mind Control techniques over the Masses, Misinformation using the so-called “Intellectuals, celebrities and other Public Figures and Bodies”, UID, Bankrupting the Nation in collusion with the International Bankers, Dislocating Citizens of India from their places of birth, “REFORMS”,GLOBALIZATION,DEPOPULATION(EUGENICS) and profit for the Pharma industry, misusing Vaccination, Bio-Terror like Bird-,Swine-,etc- Flus, Free Trade, NGOs, the Philanthropic Foundations, both Foreign and Indian, MNCs joining Indian Media Houses in campaigns, Technocracy (Scientific Dictatorship) to STEAL the Wealth of the Citizens by Electronic and other means, carbonTax /Currency/ Trading, Stock, Commodities And Currency Markets, and above all the UN, with MDG or Agenda 21,False Flags, Awards to Pro-Globalists, allowing Foreign [US] troops to operate inside the nation on the pretext of “War On Terror”, etc are being used to weaken the people and thus their WILL to resist, the formation of ONE WORLD TOTALITARIAN GOVERNMENT, also called, THE NEW WORLD ORDER (NWO) [1] In 2005, the NHRC Action Research on Trafficking stated that in any given year, on an average of 44,000 children are reported missing; and of them, as many as 11,000 remain untraced [2] It was noted that as per the directions of the Delhi High Court, a cell relating to missing persons/children was set up in the Central Bureau of Investigation but lamented that due to lack of adequate resources, it was not able to achieve the desired results. “Since the CBI is a central investigating agency, having powers and jurisdiction to take up cases of inter-state and international ramifications, it would be desirable to strengthen this cell to enhance its capacity to coordinate and investigate criminal cases relating to missing children and persons,” it said.Need for a central repository has long been felt by those working towards recovery and rehabilitation of missing children. Anuj Bhargava, a trustee of missingindiankids.com, which has been operating for over a decade from Bhopal and has helped in the recovery of six children by putting up on its website information and photographs on missing children from across the country, said.


It is to be noted that new technology like DNA Databases & DNA Profiling can be used as tools to solve core issues like missing children. Statistics shows how rate of finding missing child has been increased by using this technology. Most developing nation like US,U.K & France rely heavily on these technique. In India still lot of improvement & adaptability is required in this technque.DNA Profiling Bill requires lot of changes so as to make it feasible to have good result. Presently 60 countries operate DNA Data bases & 34 new countries are planning to set up DNA Databases. This paper showed how few cases where solved using above indicated technology. In India there was need to look at technology in detail to ensure speedy recovery of missing children. DNA profiling could prove to be a handy tool in this field.
Incidentally, as per Interpol, “with the exception of identical twins, each person’s deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is unique, which makes DNA sampling useful for solving crimes, identifying victims of disasters and locating missing persons.” The United States realized this about a decade-and-half ago. In 1998, it established a national DNA database known as the National DNA Index System. This system now has over 11 million searchable profiles and has aided close to 1,70,000 investigations. As per the Federal Bureau of Investigation, DNA databases have been particularly helpful to investigations that have been on for a long time and were no longer providing new leads. The FBI has also been sharing its Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) technology with law enforcement agencies in other countries. This system, as per the agency, blends forensic science and computer technology into an effective tool for solving violent crimes by allowing laboratories to store, compare, and match DNA records from offenders, crime scene evidence, unidentified human remains, and relatives of missing persons.

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