This step needs much cooperation by the parents as well as schools to free children for education and take admission of children from all walks of life respectively. Child labour is generally used in rural areas and informal urban economy by their parents or owner of factories.
Business owners of factories, industries, mines, etc should take the pledge of not involving children in any type of labour. Poverty and lack of schools are the primary reasons of child labour in any developing country all across the world.
The law prescribes severe penalties for employers of child labour. The parents, who wish to increase the economic status of the family subject their children to labour. Children from small age groups participate enormously work of children. If child-slaves exist, they are only a minority. The highest incidence rate of the child labour is still more than 50 percent in which children of age group 5 to 14 are working in the developing country.
Solutions to Child Labour: The Government is working close with social agencies and common public to solve the issues of child labour.
Child labour keeps a child away from all the benefits of the childhood, a happiest and memorable period of the life of everyone.