INDIA: Hub Of Human Trafficking

Every year an average of 25,000 women and 50,000 child missing in India.Human Trafficking is 32 billion Dollar world wide.India is a source, destination, and transit country for men, women, and children trafficked for the purposes of forced labor
and commercial sexual exploitation. Internal forced labor may constitute India’s largest trafficking problem; men, women, and children are held in debt bondage and face forced labor working in brick kilns, factory, agriculture, and embroidery factories.Women and girls are trafficked within the country for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation and forced marriage especially in those areas where the sex ratio is highly skewed in favor of men. Children are subjected to forced labor as factory workers, domestic servants, beggars, and agriculture workers, and have been used as armed combatants by some
terrorist and insurgent groups.

Nepali children are also trafficked to India for forced labor in circus shows.Womens from Bangladesh are also trafficked to India for sex trade.There are also victims of labor trafficking among the thousands of Indians who migrate willingly every year to the Middle East, Europe, and the United States for work as domestic servants and low-skilled
laborers.A study conducted by a Guwahati-based NGO along with the police has revealed that a shocking 20 percent involved in prostitution in the region are aged between 11 and 17 years.Pimps are giving Hormonal Injection & steroids to the teens, so
that their sexual body will develop for prostitution. Pimps are also giving then flesh of peacock & deer for hormonal imbalance. Also in India more than 5,00,000 call girls is belived to work for high profile Escorts service, where they earns Rs-10,000 to Rs-20,000 for 2 hours.

These child prostitute mainly comes from north-east of India (Assam,nagaland,manipur) ,Tribal & poor areas of Bihar,Jharkhand,Uttar pradesh ,Orissa and west Bengal. victims were are also sold to brothels in orrisa kalahandi(Poorest place in India) ,West Bengal (sonagachi), Beneras, Mumbai (kamathipura), Goa e.t.c . Sheiks from the Middle East are also buying these girls.Women are forced to sell their body for Rs-100 to Rs-500. These people are living in Unhuman conditions.They are living in 4 by 4 room, entertaining six to ten people in a day.

More than Rs.7200 crore budget allocated every fiscal year for women and children, separate commission for women, further more over 4000 women NGOs at tax payers cost; but they are more interested in destroying family system. Pain of the helpless will be of their interest only to get more and more domestic and international funds.

More than 20,000 children were kidnapped for forced labor in India in a year, with kidnappers earning approximately $150 (Rs. seven thousand) per month from the labor of each child. The child’s names were usually added to the passport of a Bangladeshi or female citizen who already had a visa for the Gulf. Girls and women were trafficked to the
Persian Gulf states to work as domestic workers or for commercial sexual exploitation.90% Eunuch in India were kidnapped by eunuch gangs and these people cuts their penis.

Those who sell their kids think their kid will get atleast food. The root cause is poverty.In India people sells their kids for just Rs-4,000 . More than 20% of this gaint 1.2billion population doesnt have atleast one meal a day .How can we expect those people to know about policing and reporting to police when child is missing? They dont come in the
voters list so politicians do not bother.

  1. Suraj
    April 1, 2011 at 6:52 pm

    Yes,this is the truth of poor India.

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