Thank you my dear reader and friend for picking up my first book on human trafficking. This book describes about trafficking of minor girls from non-descript tribal villages of Jharkhand to big cities. I have tried my best to throw light on rescue operation and rehabilitation after they are brought back to state and handed over to their parents. As we all know trafficking of minor girls from Jharkhand has been rampant which is globally recognized as a heinous crime. In this book I have mentioned reasons of trafficking which is due to abject poverty and how girls parents are lured, sold on false promises by middlemen in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, West Bengal, Haryana and Odisha. Each article has a gripping story and also potential solution has been suggested and implemented which can be categorized as four types of action-protection, prevention, law enforcement and victim assistance. As per the state Jharkhand government statistics over one lakh minor girls have been trafficked from Jharkhand making it a major hub of human trafficking in India. World Day Against human trafficking is observed on 30 July annually to spread awareness regarding trafficking of people and its prevention.
Arti Sahuliyar is the author of the book in which she has shared experiences about survivors of trafficking and also highlighted their sorrows. It is her first book as after spending her precious 12 years as a renowned journalist of Jharkhand in leading English newspapers The Telegraph and Times of India, she decided to write on trafficking issue. She extensively travelled to trafficking pockets of Jharkhand Simdega, Latehar, Khunti and Gumla as these belt supplies domestic help to thousands of homes in Delhi, Mumbai, West Bengal and Odisha. She found weekly markets and crossroads in different districts where villagers gather are points of contact for traffickers and victims.
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