WhatsApp to Fight Human Trafficking

The Ministry of Home Affairs has asked Delhi Police to create groups on the messaging application Whatsapp to co-ordinate with Police Department of other states in order to fight Human Trafficking. As per the statistics,Delhi seems to be the favorite stop for traffickers. Here children trafficked from ┬ávarious parts of country work as domestic[…]

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Human Trafficking at High in 2013

Human trafficking cases have increased by 10% in the year 2013. So says the data revealed by the Delhi Police. In 2013, 210 cases of human trafficking were registered in comparison to only 186 cases in 2012, reported by a senior police officer. Last year Police were in rescue operations of human trafficking in[…]

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Human Trafficking: An Evil

Why human trafficking? Trafficking of human is illegal, right? But then why its ongoing for more than 2 decades throughout India. Trafficking for money, bonded/forced labour or commercial sexual exploitation is common. Women and children are the key victims for this trafficking. To save money in labour work, children are purchased or abducted from[…]

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