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It's important to focus on human trafficking issue which is closely related to labour migration. The failures in labour migration governance systems are largely attributable to this problem. While pursuing their own agendas, the recruiting agencies are often overlooking the interests of migrants. The never-stopping demand for cheap labour, sex slavery and certain criminal activities are among the major causes of trafficking. As this problem is closely linked to migration issues, the need is also to address the root causes of this problem. Comments pls.

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Asked by sumati gayki, 29 Apr '13 11:12 am
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Human trafficking is more of exploitation of weaker society . In the developing country like ours, demand for workers exists in pockets and the promoters do not care where it comes from nor are they disciplined enough to abide by regulations to protect the workers . Taking advantage of this unscrupulous elements get busy by luring workers , women and even just born babies to cater to the demand and make plenty of quick and illegal money . This happens even in international scenario . This situation is very sad while general public read about it in magazines and media and forget about it next day for they have numerous problems of their own to indulge in others problem . The failure lies on both the sides of Government and the end users . Enough laws are there to implement but it appears these very laws are made use of by the so called watch dogs and their servers to make money on the side . When will our nation wake up to elect competent , committed and dedicated politicians to rule ...more
Answered by RAMASWAMY VENKATESH, 07 May '13 10:34 am

 
  
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Yes you are right when you say that human trafficking is a major issue and its spreading it vicuous tentacles far and wide at a very fast rate and the problem needs to be addressed in a fast and efficient manner. I believe for a country after the basic necessaties of food, clothing and shelter are provided for, the secondary issues which are equally important are healthcare, education and employment. It is on all these three fronts that the Indian state has failed miserably. Rural health care centres are generally in an abandoned state. Agreed, may be the Dr can visit once or twice a week, but why not a full time nurse, a pharmacist and medical-assistants appointed for emergency medical relief. Why not stock these rural health centres with some basic medicines, couple of beds, a room for deliveries which will be helped by the nurse. However, it so happens that the villagers have to rush to the civil hospital in case of medical emergency and this is situated in a town about 10-15 km fro ...more
Answered by Manoj Adwani, 26 May '13 02:15 am

 
  
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Demand - Supply chain plays the important role here. Since there is shortage of man-power in some parts of the globe and in other parts man-power is available at more cheaper rates, the game of body shopping goes on, every governments in the world are very much aware of these facts, and the whole economy revolves round the humans, it is difficult to stop this menace ( but not impossible ), only certain changes are made in the laws as per the convinience at that perticular time.
By the way, Sumati, now-a-days you rarely post here, keep up the good work...
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Answered by nish pat, 16 May '13 06:33 pm

 
  
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Yes,we need to be alert
Answered by anil garg, 05 May '13 10:40 pm

 
  
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Agree lack of taking in the amelioration of rural masses
Answered by jameel ahmed, 29 Apr '13 11:15 am

 
  
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Root cause is money & education - unless migrant's are not supplied with these - human trafficking will continue
Source: logic
Answered by simon waaras, 29 Apr '13 11:14 am

 
  
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Fully agree but the remedy or the action to be taken is in the hands of the government only what can an ordinary aam aadmi to to help
Answered by rajan, 29 Apr '13 11:13 am

 
  
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Answered by Robin Pandey, 06 Sep 06:54 pm

 
  
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Yes you are right
Answered by aflatoon, 07 Nov '13 09:18 am

 
  
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