A South Delhi mall on Wednesday refused entry to a group of children from Maharashtra, whose parents have committed suicide due to farm distress said Yogendra Yadav.
Yogendra Yadav, said that a manager with DLF Place, Saket told them that the children would require “special permission” to enter its premises.
The mall authorities have, however, rejected the charge.
An executive of the mall said there was some “miscommunication” .
When the children reached the mall around 4 pm, which was “resolved and they were even taken around the mall and provided refreshments”, he says.
The children were wearing pyjamas , kurta and Nehru cap.
At around 4pm the mall disallowed the children and called junior manager.
The junior manager refused entry to them and said kids need special permission to enter .
The children stay at an ashram in Maharashtra which houses children whose parents have committed suicide owing to farm crisis.
They are in Delhi to participate in farmers protest.