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SOLD Power elite and human trafficking

Domestic trafficking of young girls and children has not only became a major contributor to organised sexual abuse but also a very profitable business in Pakistan
Exploitation and sexual abuse of young girls and children is rampant. To make matters worse, the power elite is involved in this heinous activity, directly or indirectly.
An appalling story appeared few days back in Daily Times title, Gang ‘supplying girls’ to big shots unearthed.” The report revealed that a gang has been supplying poor young girls from Gilgit-Baltistan to political figures and big businessmen in Islamabad. The supply gang is orchestrated by some members of Gilgit-Baltistan legislative assembly and senior bureaucrats.
The gang uses poor girls who belong to low income backgrounds as they take illicit benefit of their compulsion for their dirty business. When they sent the girl they to anybody's home, they show her as a house maid and all the "matters" under the lines are mentioned in the written contract so as both the parties may be abided for making payment and providing services. The whole matter was revealed when Shalimar Police Station arrested two members of the gang on the charges of kidnapping a girl but the police after receiving heavy bribe from the accused put the case in the cold storage, whereas the arrested men were also released on bail. Reliable sources said that the gang was working in the capital since long and supplying the girls on a monthly basis to various important political figures and big businessmen implicated indebauchery.
The sources said that a 14-year girl (Z) was kidnapped from G-10/3 Sector. The two wrongdoers Wasif Ali and Nadeem had handed her to a businessman Raja Mohsin for Rs 70,000 per month, who kept her in his farm house.
It is an interesting fact that after the arrest of Wasif, had also raided a house at Gulzar-e-Quaid on his indication and arrested his another gang member Nadim besides recovering six girls from the house. After that the police took a million-rupee inducement and put the case under the carpet by preparing the case weak due to which both the culprits were freed on bail.
Some important persons including members of the legislative council Gilgit Baltistan are running the gang. The sources also told this scribe that the culprit gave an extremely handsome amount to the father of the kidnapped girl (Z) who forced her daughter to change her statement in the court.
The source said that on the instructions from her father, she termed the story of her kidnapping bogus and told the court that she had been to her paternal aunt's house. Daily Times tried to contact SHO Shalimar Police Station Kifayatullah again and again but he did not respond. However, another police officer on the condition of anonymity told this reporter that both the parties involved in the case had doubtful character.
When contacted, accused Wasif, who was released on bail, said that the police had made a fake case against him and that girl went to see her aunty at her own will.

Gang ‘supplying girls’ to big shots unearthed 
Shabir Siham
 28
-Nov-16

According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) report, criminal networks operating in Pakistan generated about $927 million through human trafficking and migrant smuggling in 2013.
Educated young girls from poor strata of society are being promised and lured into such traps through disguised programmes of grants, foreign scholarships or jobs. This heinous and reprehensible crime has been going on for years in Islamabad under the nose of decision makers and security agencies, but it has been kept hushed. Possibly, videotaping and taking pictures of victims is done to blackmail them into further coercing them for abuse. The report has provided the beginning of a trial, which, if pursued diligently, can unearth the vast network that sustains trafficking of young girls for sexual exploitation.
Innocent young girls from far-flung area like Gilgit-Baltistan are easy target for such gangs and traffickers. The prevalence of trafficking can be attributed to numerous factors such as financial impediments, unavailability of educational institutions and employment opportunities in their locality.
Revelation of such scandals must shake the moral and legal fabric of our society — but, unfortunately, reaction from the Gilgit-Baltistan government and media is really disappointing. As usual, the Gilgit-Baltistan government has turned a blind eye to the scandal and issued denial statements in local newspapers and social media. Rather than calling for an impartial investigation of the story, bureaucrats have created caveats so that local newspapers do not to cover the story and even threatened the journalist to stop further reporting on the issue and publish a refutation or otherwise face consequences.
The Gilgit-Baltistan government has also tried brush it all under carpet via a powerless committee of members of the Gilgit-Baltistan assembly. As the crime has been committed in Islamabad and the case falls in the ambit of the capital authorities, hence all eyes are on the federal government, Supreme Court of Pakistan, and federal security agencies to investigate the matter, conduct the inquiry and makes its report public, and penalise the perpetrators, regardless of political affiliation. It is not out of place to mention that Gilgit-Baltistan has no law against sexual abuse and exploitation. Urgent legislation is needed not only to curb sexual abuse and exploitation but also to convict the perpetrators implicated in this debauchery so that this heinous crime can be rooted out from the society. If this is not done now then the situation will be aggravated further due to security lapses and government negligence.
It is the responsibility of human rights organisations, journalists and civil society organisations to muckrake the story of human trafficking to thwart this heinous activity. Local newspapers and media are under siege from the government and the bureaucracy, journalists are flatterers and venal in Gilgit-Baltistan, and law makers are law breakers. 
Revolutionary poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz beautifully sums up all of this in these words, “Kise wakil karen, kis se munsifi chahen” (to whom does one turn for protection, from whom does one expect justice?).

Power elite and human trafficking 
Ejaz Karim 
19-Dec-16

Unmasking the Sex-traders in Gilgit-Baltistan Assembly: Journalist to share evidences |TheDissent December 2, 2016

“TrafficKing” Conchita Sarnoff exposes billionaire pedophile Jeffrey E. Epstein AUGUST 21, 2016

JODHPUR: The entire racket of cross-border human trafficking operated through agents on both sides of the border, who would bring the girls to India and hand them over to Sujoy Biswas, who would further supply them through his network spread in many cities of the country.

In this entire racket, the girls were treated like objects by the agents, who would bring them from Bangladesh to India and hand them over to Biswas, the kingpin of human trafficking racket, currently under the police custody, who would charge depending upon the 'quality' of these 'objects'. SHO (Udaimandir) Madan Beniwal said that the amount given to the agents against this work was not fixed. They would charge depending upon varying conditions like availability of girls, ease of crossing the border and age and features of the girls. "Interestingly, the agents would not disclose the source or address of the place in Bangladesh they brought the girls from," he said, adding that the agents had liaisons with the border guards who would hardly intervene.


"Operators-Biswas, Sukhjaan alias Tumpa alias Nandini and Sonu-would cross the border with the help of these agents," said Beniwal. Police, however, have been desperately trying to explore the forward and backward linkages of the kingpin of the racket, Sujoy Biswas. He was on Friday produced in the court, which extended his police custody for three more days.



Besides, the police also sent Tumpa and Sonu, who were under judicial custody for kidnapping a 3-year-old girl, to police remand for their combined interrogation.


According to police commissioner Ashok Kumar Rathore, they were trying to find out how they crossed the border, brought the girls from Bangladesh and how and where they supplied the girls.



"The accused are hardened criminals but we are trying our best to gather as much information as possible so that we could bust the entire racket and rescue the girls," said Rathore.

'Trafficking racket run by agents in India, Bangladesh' Ajay Parmar| TNN | 

A whopping 250 per cent jump has been witnessed in human trafficking cases in northeastern states last year as compared to 2015, with most being reported from Assam. Of the total 1,539 human trafficking cases registered in 2015, as many as 1,494 were from Assam, 20 from Meghalaya, 16 from Tripura, six from Nagaland and three from Arunachal Pradesh, an official said.

In North East India, 250 per cent jump in human trafficking cases in 2015 PTI | New Delhi |December 18, 2016

KATHMANDU: Police said they recently arrested three members of a human trafficking racket involved in trafficking of Nepali women to Oman with promises of lucrative jobs.
Raj Kumar Kharel (35) from Dumkibas-3 of Nawalparasi, Puran Subba (46) from Indrapur-4 of Morang and Hari Prasad Tharu (41) from Devdaha-2 of Rupandehi were arrested by a team deployed from the Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police.
According to police, they would take job-aspiring Nepali women to Oman via India, Sri Lanka, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates illegally.
Meanwhile, police said the suspects would face a case in accordance with the Human Trafficking and Transportation Control Act, 2007.
Further investigation is underway.

Members of human trafficking racket held December 18, 2016

In a major breakthrough, Chhattisgarh Police busted a human trafficking racket in Bastar district and rescued 70 victims, including 20 minor boys and 13 minor girls, news agency ANI reported. The racket was busted on Wednesday and five people have been arrested in connection with the case. Chhattisgarh is infamous for its rising number of human trafficking cases.

Chhattisgarh: Human trafficking racket busted in Bastar, 70 rescued Express Web Desk | New Delhi | December 22, 2016

VIJAYAWADA: Expressing concern over the rising woman and child trafficking in India, former inspector general of CID S Umapathi said Vijayawada has become a major transit hub for human trafficking.
Umapathi, who was honoured by the US for his contribution in the fight against trafficking, was addressing the national conference on Mapping India’s National Security Challenges here on Monday.

He said human trafficking was an organised crime where women and children from marginalised and under-privileged sections are targeted. He said it was a misconception that only women and girl children are trafficked. Even boys are being trafficked, he pointed out.


He said at the local level, some cops and even local leaders like sarpanches are colluding with the traffickers. He said this is enabling the traffickers to escape punishment.

Making a detailed presentation of the trafficking networks in the country, he said Anantapur topped the charts in trafficking followed by Ongole. He said places like Kadiri, Rayachoti, Rajampeta, Madanapalle, Rajole, Peddapuram, Palakole, Nidadavole have recorded considerable numbers of trafficking victims. In AP, around 3.2 lakh victims were identified, he said. Across the country, as many as 32 lakh victims and 220 vulnerable mandals, 6 crore bonded labourers have been identified,


Vijayawada emerging as major human trafficking transit hub Express News Service  20th December 2016


RAWALPINDI: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) put 92 human smugglers and travel agents on its Wanted List.
A senior official of the FIA Immigration Wing issued a fresh edition of the ‘Red Book’ of the most wanted human traffickers, proclaimed offenders and court absconders who have been involved in illegal immigration, human trafficking and human smuggling.
Of these 92 human smugglers, 13 belong to Lahore, 20 from Gujranwala, and three each from Faisalabad and Multan. The Red Book also contains the names of 18 human smugglers who were declared proclaimed offenders, six of whom are from Islamabad and 12 from Karachi.
It also contains the names of 13 proclaimed offenders, including a woman, who have left the country. Of these, five have settled in the UAE or the UK, two in Iran, two in Thailand and one each in Turkey, Guinea and Russia.
The FIA official said the agency was trying to secure the arrests of these wanted human smugglers in order to bring them to justice and that the government has taken several steps for combating this crime and protecting the rights of the victims.

92 names added to FIA’s Red Book of human traffickers THE NEWSPAPER'S STAFF REPORTER 06 12 16

Kolkata: Police in West Bengal have rescued 13 babies and discovered the skeletons of two infants in raids on homes for the elderly and mentally disabled, as a probe into a suspected international human trafficking ring widened on Monday.
Ten infants, all under one year old, were found on Friday in a home for the mentally disabled run by a charity in the impoverished district of South 24 Parganas.
While in another raid in the neighbouring district of North 24 Parganas, the remains of two infants were found in office premises of a charity which ran an adoption centre.
The raids come after the discovery of three newborn babies on Nov. 21 hidden inside cardboard biscuit boxes in a locked storeroom in a nursing home, where women would come to deliver or have an abortion.
Rajesh Kumar of West Bengal's Crime Investigation Department (CID), said 18 people had been arrested for taking the newborn babies and trafficking them for adoption in India and overseas.
"It is a huge network of NGOs, nursing homes, doctors and middlemen dealing in illegal adoption and baby trafficking that the police have busted. Our men are now building on the huge leads they have already got in this case," Kumar, CID's Additional Director General said on Monday.
Initial investigations revealed that unmarried girls and women who visited the clinics for an abortion were persuaded by staff to give birth and sell their babies.
The police did not give a price, but local news reports said the mothers were given 300,000 rupees ($4,380) for a boy and 100,000 rupees ($1,460) for a girl.
Babies were also stolen from women who delivered at the clinics, but who were told by staff their children were stillborn. Some were even given the bodies of stillborn babies preserved by the clinics to dupe parents, police said.
The babies were then smuggled in biscuit containers to adoption centres, homes for the mentally disabled and elderly people, where they were kept until their adoption was organised.
Those arrested included the owners of the clinics, midwives, doctors, owners of the charities, as well as court clerks who are accused of forging documentation for the babies.
South Asia, with India at its centre, is one of the fastest-growing regions for human trafficking in the world.
Gangs sell thousands of victims into bonded labour every year or hire them out to exploitative bosses as domestic servants, or sectors such as farming and manufacturing. Many women and girls are sold into brothels.

Babies, Skeletons Found as Human Trafficking Probe Widens in Bengal Reuters November 29, 2016 


Kolkata's street children raped, exploited by rich teenagers 15 DICEMBRE 2016


Two more arrested in Kolkata in child trafficking case Nov 27, 2016 


A 13-year-old girl was kidnapped and sold off for Rs 80,000 to a man, who repeatedly raped her for five months at a village in Banaskantha district, police said.
The minor was rescued from Manpura village and six persons, including the rapist to whom she had been sold, have been arrested in this connection.

A 14 anni paga a carissimo prezzo l’eccessiva fiducia in una vicina di casa, ma per sua fortuna viene salvata giusto in tempo dal padre. Questa ragazza indiana è andata davvero vicina a non rivedere più la sua famiglia, dopo essere stata rapita da una banda di trafficanti di esseri umani e venduta più volte

Nata e cresciuta in un sobborgo di Nuova Delhi, la giovane ricorda di essere stata invitata a casa di una sua vicina, Meenu, con cui era da tempo in buoni rapporti e di cui non vi erano motivi per dubitare. Dopo averle offerto un drink, la donna le ha chiesto di accompagnarla al Tempio, dove le aspettavano altri due uomini. Da quel momento la giovane ha un vuoto e ricorda solamente di essersi risvegliata in presenza di Meenu e di un altro uomo. Quest’uomo chiamato Baljeet l’aveva appena acquistata come moglie pagandola circa 90mila Rupie. Da un giorno all’altro, dunque, la quattordicenne si è ritrovata sposa di uno sconosciuto e lontana chilometri dalla sua famiglia. “Per fortuna era buono con me, mi ha comprata solo per il bisogno di sposarsi. Inizialmente gli ho detto che la mia famiglia mi maltrattava ma poi gli ho confessato la verità. Lui mi ha capita e mi ha promesso di riaccompagnarmi a casa, ma quando l’ha detto a Meenu lei si è arrabbiata e non gliel’ha permesso. Una notte mi ha rapita di nuovo e portata via con sé”, ha affermato la giovane.

La ragazza è stata poi nuovamente venduta ad un secondo acquirente, Vishal, che l’ha pagata 300mila Rupie. Stavolta la convivenza con il nuovo marito era davvero terribile. Era chiusa tutto il giorno in una stanza, veniva continuamente picchiata e stuprata ogni giorno. Doveva cucinare per lui, lavare casa ed i suoi vestiti, venendo costantemente violentata fino a 10 volte al giorno. Per sua fortuna ha avuto l’opportunità di scappare approfittando di una dimenticanza di Vishal nel chiudere la porta. Dopo essersi recata in un negozio è riuscita a telefonare al padre dandogli le indicazioni del luogo in cui si trovava, per poi venire raggiunta dal marito e picchiata fino allo svenimento. Il padre ha prontamente allertato il comando di polizia che, dopo delle indagini, ha ritrovato la ragazza ed arrestato tre membri della banda più Vishal. Le accuse che dovranno affrontare sono quelle di rapimento, obbligo di matrimonio, violenza su minore e stupro.
Il traffico di esseri umani è molto diffuso in India e diverse manifestazioni sono state organizzate per mettere in luce questo tipo di problema che affligge il Paese agli occhi dei media e soprattutto del Governo.

Rapita e data in moglie a due uomini: ecco come si è salvata la 14enne 10 dicembre 2016

Domestic violence for dowry, human trafficking and sexual abuse of women are some of the harsh and ugly realities in India. Many girls and women fall prey to such atrocities, but only a few get the opportunity to escape from the gruelling clutches of their captors and have a normal life again. One such brave girl, identified as Ayesha, shared her story in a gripping video about her struggles and it will wrench your heart.
Eighteen-year-old Ayesha of Mysore was married off to a man quite older to her, a resident of Andhra Pradesh. She was tortured by her in-laws and husband for dowry. They also aborted her child when they found out she was pregnant. The miseries did not just end there. In fact, one day her husband took her to a house claiming that there was a job waiting for her – only it was a brothel.
Ayesha’s story is narrated in a powerful video made by a Curley Street Media. The video clearly states it’s an enactment of true factual details.
In the video, she claims her husband Rajeev sold her for Rs 10,000. “Like you sell an animal, my husband had sold me” and never returned, she narrates in the video.
Sharing her horrific experience, she adds that every day five to six customers used to visit her and force her into sexual activities. When she denied, they used to tie her, hit her and rape her. She also highlighted how she tried to escape several times but never succeeded.
Admitting that she was angry at her parents, she says their backing could have saved her from the ordeal.
Finally, after two months, one of her customers empathised with her and asked how she ended by there. After he left, members of Justice and Care came and locked down the place and rescued her.
She now stays at their shelter home and has been learning boxing as self-defence. She also aspires to become an IPS officer one day and wants people to respect her. She shares how she enjoys this new life of hers and she feels safe and “have hope about the future”. She says she manages to forget her past and all the bad things when she fights, and it gives her strength and she feels good about herself.

This girl – rescued from prostitution and a bad marriage – aspires to be an IPS officer (video) Trends Desk | Kolkata | Updated: December 11, 2016

15-year-old girl sold twice in two months, rescued in Delhi Nov 28, 2016 Karn Pratap Singh Hindustan Times


Serial abductor child rapist monster arrested 6 dicembre 2016

The anti-human trafficking unit (AHTU) of the Pune police has rescued seven girls, including two minors, from a sex racket operating in Wagholi.
Cops have also arrested eight persons, including the ring leader, who was running the sex racket from a lodge. An FIR has been registered against them at Lonikand police station. Police officials said that Rajesh Arun Shetty (32), a resident of Wagholi, is the main accused.

SEVEN RESCUED, EIGHT NABBED IN WAGHOLI SEX RACKET BY ANTI-HUMAN TRAFFICKING UNIT PUNE MIRROR | DEC 11, 2016


Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said 97 convictions of human trafficking related cases have been recorded so far this year.
They include 76 convictions for human trafficking, nine convictions for smuggling of migrants, including in Wang Kelian, and 12 convictions under the Immigration Act, the Penal Code and other related acts.
The Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants Regulation (Permission to move freely and to work)(Foreign Nationals) 2016 was enforced on May 4 (2016).
The government also agreed to the proposed establishment of a task force for the Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants (Atipsom) Act, in collaboration with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) from next year (2017), to enhance investigation and enforcement of Atipsom 2007.

97 convictions of human trafficking-related cases this year 19 Dec 2016

Police bust human trafficking racket 19-12-2016

Cyclists to pedal from Delhi to Mumbai for awareness on human trafficking DELHI Dec 19, 2016 

CHENNAI: The US Consulate with the Madras Christian Council for Social Services (MCCSS) released a short documentary on anti-human trafficking called `Akhalya' inspired by the true story of a trafficked child.



The 20-minute documentary, funded by the Union ministry for women and child, captures the story of a teen girl aspiring to be a cine star. She was lured by traffickers under the pretext of offering her film opportunities. "The girl hailed from a rural background and it was very easy for others to trap her as she did not have parental or family care either. This was one of the stories that truly touched us and we wanted to share it to raise awareness, especially among young women who are attracted to the glamour world and shouldn't be conned in their journey ," said Isabelle Richardson, executive secretary of MCCSS.



Akhalya is the second part of the film Kadathal (Trafficked). The council decided to tell the story through the film medium as it felt that films always catch the attention of students. As part of their student awareness programmes, the council will screen the film and distribute CDs in schools and colleges to raise awareness.

A champion from Nepal fighting against human trafficking, Anuradha Koirala said she would not rest until the society is free from the menace.
In an interactive session organised by the FICCI Ladies Organisation here, the founder of Maiti Nepal said, “Real men do not buy women. There is danger in my field of work, but if you feel there is danger and you don’t work, then who will work towards eradicating this menace. Someone has to do the job.”
“Convicts call me over phone from jail and threaten me saying they know where I live and where my son is, what my daughter is doing, and the likes. But, I simply tell them — try your luck,” said this gutsy lady, who is a globe-trotter and a recipient of the CNN Heroes Award.



Earlier, she got a grant of US $100,000 to continue her good work, apart from $25,000 as a token of appreciation.
The daughter of an Indian Army officer, Ms. Koirala has helped rescue and rehabilitate thousands of Nepali girls and prevented about 45,000 children and women from being trafficked at the Indo-Nepal border since 1993. Over 1,200 offenders have been convicted over a period of 12 years through the joint efforts of Maiti Nepal and the police.
Ms. Koirala has received 38 national and international awards in recognition of her courageous work in furthering the cause of children and women’s rights.

Ethnic groups fall prey to child trafficking: Anuradha Koirala Express News Service  17th December 2016

GAYA: In a shocking revelation, an NGO engaged in the prevention of human trafficking, said Gaya district alone accounted for nearly 30% of the child trafficking from the state, mostly to Rajasthan, Telangana, Himachal Pradesh and Karnataka.

‘30% of child trafficking in state from Gaya’ TNN | Dec 25, 2016

PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department rescued 59 Bangladeshi victims of a human trafficking syndicate in an operation in Desa Petaling

Fifty-nine human trafficking victims rescued in Desa Petaling tell of harrowing experience FAIRUZ MOHD SHAHAR - 20 DECEMBER 2016 




Gillian Anderson has spoken at the Trust Women Conference anti-slavery event hosted by the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
The actor stars in Solda film based on the true story of a survivor who was trafficked from Nepal to a Kolkata brothel as a young child.

Ms Anderson spoke to the Today programme about how slavery has become the fastest growing black market industry in the world

Gillian Anderson: 'Slavery a $150bn business' 1 December 2016 


“Sold” is the intense, emotional story of one 13-year-old girl’s quest for freedom after finding herself a victim of human trafficking between Nepal and India. The film, which stars Gillian Anderson and David Arquette, will hit the big screen April 1, 2016.
Globally, the average age of a girl who is trafficked for sex is 13-14 years old, according to ECPAT, a global network dedicated to protecting children. Emily Pasnak-Lapchick, who is the End Trafficking Program Officer for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF says, “’Sold’ humanizes the issue of child trafficking. By pulling us into the world of one child…the film provides insight into the horrors children experience but also illustrates the resilience they have to overcome…”
“Sold” – check out the film’s website here – is directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Jeffrey Dean Brown (“Molly’s Pilgrim”), executive produced by Oscar winner Emma Thompson, and produced by Jane Charles. Based on the international bestselling novel by Patricia McCormick, which was inspired by true events, “Sold” is the story of Lakshmi who is forced to work in a brothel in Kolkata, India.
Gillian Anderson plays a U.S. photographer named Sophia who tries to rescue girls like Lakshmi, together with NGO workers like Sam, played by David Arquette.
Emma Thompson has said that it’s rare for the art of storytelling to effect change in the world, but she hopes ‘Sold’ will do just that. “It’s a beautiful piece of work, and it tells the unseen story of millions and millions of children.”
Director Brown believes that just as McCormick’s book was a call to action for himself, this new film can indeed serve as a call to global action on child sex trafficking.
“Our hope is that our film will foster global policy change and raise substantial funds for survivors in India, Nepal, and the United States,” he has said. “For me, reading ‘Sold’ was like reading a song/prayer/poem – I felt called to tell this story on film. I saw it visually as I read it and, I responded to the urgency of the issue and the pain this girl felt. I also knew that by telling Lakshmi’s story, we would give voice to the millions of invisible children trafficked every year all over the world.”

Harrowing Film ‘Sold’ Starring Gillian Anderson, David Arquette Depicts Child Trafficking   

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