Hundreds of Indian parents have taken to the streets in India to call on the government to find their children who went missing in 2009.
Protesters in the Indian capital, Delhi, expressed their anger over the government's disregard for the fate of the missing children, the state-run BBC reported on Friday.
Based on the estimations by the Indian children rights organizations published in March, around 60,000 Indian children went missing in 2009.
The parents, mostly from the poor, had to leave their children alone at home to go to work, when their kids disappeared.
They suspect their children have been kidnapped for laboring or body organs trafficking.
The latest statistics indicate that, on a daily basis, about 165 kids disappear in India.
Children rights activists say the more the need for cheap labor grows, the more children go missing.
Furthermore, experts say in India the scope of anti-human trafficking laws is limited and it mostly deals with prostitution.
India does not have a separate law for tackling the crimes committed against children.