According to the report, CARA will be responsible for maintaining information on the details of surrendered children as well as details on abandoned children that include where the child was found, who brought them in and when.
CARA is also considering keeping DNA of every child adopted as well as that of the person who surrenders the child in an effort to make sure they are related and help prevent child trafficking.
The complete article on this report was found in Telegraph India and can be read here: http://www.telegraphindia.com/1160501/jsp/nation/story_83243.jsp#.VzDl-IQrKM_
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