Human Trafficking Is Prohibited In The Indian Constitution


Children are trafficked, beaten, tortured and raped throughout the world as we read this.

The Constitution of India (Article 23) prohibits trafficking in every form. This implies that every person in India has a fundamental RIGHT of not getting trafficked and therefore it is every citizen’s RESPONSIBILITY to ensure that no person is trafficked.

Can we do something about this? Yes we can!

With hope and faith.

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