Smuggling of minor tribal girls: Big action on placement agency, saved 10, sentenced to life imprisonment in such cases

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Smuggling of minor tribal girls: Big action on placement agency, saved 10, sentenced to life imprisonment in such cases
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5:51 AM July 23, 2022
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A placement agency running illegally in Delhi brought minor tribal girls from Jharkhand by luring money. These girls have been freed from the clutches of smugglers by Delhi Police. The game had been going on for 10 years. The Bachpan Bachao Andolan established by Nobel Winner Kailash Satyarthi (BBA) has been running in South Delhi in South Delhi in collaboration with the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) and Delhi Police Tribal girls were rescued from the placement agency. Through all these trafficking, good work and lure of money were brought from the South Singhbhum district of Jharkhand. Between 13 and 17 years of age, Hapulis has identified five trafficers in the case, two of whom filed an FIR against two of whom. Is. These girls are between 13 and 17 years old. All girls were tested for medical tests and after this they will be produced before the Child Welfare Committee. Strict laws made against illegal placement agencies, Manish Sharma, Director of BBA, said, 'Our organization is against those placement agencies that are the children of the poor Phantel makes a victim of trafficking. 'We urge the government to bring a stringent law against such illegal placement agencies in the coming time.' There have been cases when girls from other states have got good work and money. The greed is brought through trafficking. Last month, two sisters were rescued from one area in Delhi. They were seduced by trafficing. Most of the victims of trafficlers are minor girls. On July, an incident with a tribal woman also came to light. Ram Pyari Sahariya, who lives in Guna district of Madhya Pradesh, was attacked by some people in his field over land dispute and set fire to his body by spraying diesel. After that the attackers also made a video of Ram Pyari groaning painfully, which has now reached social media. Sahariya's husband somehow rescued him and rushed him to the hospital. Human trafficking is a big crime that Human Traffic after drugs and weapons is the third largest organized crime in the world. Surprisingly, 82% of human trafficking is done for women's prostitution. While the smuggling of children is done for begging them, doing child labor in hotels, dhabas and shops. Is human trafficking in law India is a crime under the Indian Penal Code, 1860. Apart from this, there are laws that regulate smuggling caused due to specific reasons. For example, the immoral smuggling act in relation to human trafficking for sexual harassment is 1986. Similarly, Bandhua Wage Regulation Act, 1986 and Child Labor Regulation Act, 1986 are related to exploitation for bonded labor. How many people who smugglers are imprisoned for smuggling and fines, life imprisonment and fine, more than one minor person smuggling in smuggling Life is imprisonment and fine. Apart from this, a person's smuggling sentence and fine, 10 years sentence in smuggling of more than one persons to life imprisonment and fine and a public servant involved in smuggling and provision of life imprisonment to public servant or government official involved in smuggling There is also. Atrocities on tribal women atrocities are increasing. Madhya Pradesh is at the forefront of this matter. According to the figure of 'National Crime Records Bureau 2020', there is no shortage in such cases. 8,272 cases of atrocities were registered with Scheduled Tribes in the country, which is 9.3 percent higher than in 2019. Madhya Pradesh is at the forefront of these cases where a total of 29 percent of cases were registered. According to 'NCRB', the court has at least 10,302 cases of atrocities against the tribals in the court, on which the hearing was completed but the rate of punishment is only 36 percent. The number of tribals in the prisoners also increased the number of tribals. Madhya Pradesh is also the highest number of prisoners of Scheduled Tribes. Despite the instructions of the Supreme Court, lynching cases are not stopping in the country. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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