India has been grappling with child sexual exploitation for decades.
The country’s state-run media and many politicians have largely ignored it.
But that has not stopped some from launching a major campaign to expose and expose the hidden abuse.
The campaign, called Child Sexual Exploitation (CSIE) is trying to counter the “war on terror” by giving voice to those affected.
The campaign aims to raise awareness among the public about child sexual abuse and help in its fight against the new law.
The government and the judiciary have been battling a court order to lift a ban on the campaign.
This is the second time that the campaign has raised awareness about the issue.
Earlier this month, a court ordered the government to remove a section of the new anti-child-sex-abuse law.
But a Supreme Court order on February 22 was overturned on appeal.
The order has now been challenged in the High Court.
The court has now asked the government, which is trying unsuccessfully to repeal the law, to explain why the court has no power to change the law.
The government, however, has denied the contention.
“The government has no legal power to remove the law,” said a spokesperson.
“It is not up to the government.
We have already explained that to the Supreme Court.
The court has already asked the same question.”
A report by the Law Commission of India, released on Monday, has said that the government’s attempt to repeal laws on child sexual assault is an attempt to “deny and weaken the rights of children”.
The report also said that child sexual attacks and rape have increased in recent years, and that there has been an increase in the incidence of child sexual offences against children in the country.