(Retd) in his speech said that Article 23 of the Indian Constitution prohibited human Trafficking completely, but at present the cases of human trafficking of women and children have increased rapidly.
The statistical facts of human trade in various states speak of increasing physical, emotional and sexual enslavement.
He described human trafficking as an organised crime and added that the “demand” and “profit” arising from it as the important factors for increasing human trafficking.
Prof Asha Shukla, Vice Chancellor of the University said that the sensitivity of the police can be important in stopping human Trafficking.
Therefore, The Women Study Centres will recommend to the Central and state governments to form Human Trafficking Prohibition Clubs in the states.