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An article published on The Times of India, the Indian news site, on Friday revealed that the parents of three young children from the Delhi-based Steam family, which operates an online platform for family care, have been found to be sharing child care in India.
The Times reports that the family care home of the children, which was run by the family since December, is located in the same building as the family’s home in the Indian capital, Delhi.
The paper reports that three children, ages eight to 12, are living with the Steam family.
The family says that the three children have been given special access to the home and that the children are now being cared for at the children’s home, but they were not given any access to their own parents.
The newspaper reports that children are not allowed to interact with their parents outside of the home, even when they are sick.
The children, aged between three and 11, were brought to the family home by their parents after their father was admitted to hospital and needed treatment for a stroke.
Steam family members are known to have shared the children with their spouses.
The Steam family told The Times that the incident has left them “shocked and embarrassed.”
“It has been deeply disturbing to witness the shocking behaviour of the three young kids in the care home.
This is a huge injustice to the three little kids who are currently living with us, and we feel this must be rectified immediately,” said Steam family member Ashish Srivastava.
The two parents of the family, who have been named as Tara Westover and her husband Rahul, were not named in the Times report.
The report also said that the mother had been a carer for the children since August, when she gave birth to a son.
The article, which is titled “Indian family care workers accused of stealing child care from Delhi”, also says that while the children were taken care of in the home by the parents, “their own parents are not being allowed to visit.”
“The parents of two of the youngsters, who were brought up in the Steam household, are being given special special access in the house,” the article states.
“These youngsters are not only being fed and looked after by their grandparents, but also by the children and are being cared-for by the Steam parents, who are not able to visit them,” the Times adds.
A spokesperson for the family said the family was “shattered” by the news of the allegations.
“We are shocked to learn about the allegations made against us,” she said.
“This is a deeply shocking and shameful episode, and our hearts go out to the children who are suffering from this,” the spokesperson said.