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Origin and Techniques Human Trafficking in India: An analysis | Original Article

Anushka Bishnoi*, Uma Shanker Sharma, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


The issue of human trafficking in India is the primary subject of this investigation. According to all of the research, the major reasons why people become victims of human trafficking continue to be neglected in favour of illegal immigration or prostitution. Academics and politicians have, for the most part, turned a blind eye to structural inequities, practices that are culturally sanctioned, poverty, economic instability, forced labour, and gender-based violence. The victims of human trafficking in India have a higher priority than the factors that contribute to and facilitate the problem. This results in the provision of preventative measures. Human smuggling has existed since the beginning of time. It has a detrimental impact on the nation as a whole, both in terms of its physical health and its mental state. Their domain is one of complete and utter stagnation. The whole situation makes me feel ashamed and humiliated. It's a rather significant issue from a legal standpoint. An investigation conducted by the United States government estimates that there are 27 million victims around the globe. Protect their most fundamental human rights, encourage their progress, and keep them secure from the problems faced by the rest of the world. In spite of the fact that there are several laws and government programmes designed to make their life easier, there are still many barriers. It is essential to raise awareness of human trafficking in our nation because it is a significant problem that has to be addressed as soon as possible in order to ensure that all victims are heard and that they get the assistance they need to flourish. As a direct consequence of this, victims of human trafficking in India face a wide range of mental and legal obstacles, in addition to the possibility of becoming victims of trafficking a second time. According to the findings of the study, increasing the number of victim-centered interventions will assist with forthcoming new traffic cases. As a direct result of this, they look at the current condition of the laws regarding human trafficking in the United States, as well as the challenges and obstacles that are experienced by those who have been victims of human trafficking.