Women/Girls & Children Trafficking! Who (How) Will Control It?

Almost all countries of the world is facing crimes issues likes snatching, robbery, killing, gambling, drugs but some crimes are very dark. One of them is women/girls (mature & immature) trafficking has become a big crime of this world and it has become a world’s 3rd largest criminal industry, about this crime many legal laws are available but failed in controlling this crime.

Surprisingly countries which are involved in this crime claims to be champions of human rights, human protection and religious rights.

In USA 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficking across international borders every year. In which 80% are females and 20% children for sexual exploitation, the average age of teen entrees is 12 to 14 years old while California’s harbors are using 13th highest child sex trafficking areas in America, whose names are Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego.

While INDIA is the world’s “hub” for child sex trafficking. Every eight minutes a child goes missing in India and nearly 40,000 children are abducted every year. As per statistic 1.2 million children are trafficked worldwide for sex exploitation while Indian government has totally failed to control this issue yet.

Last year same scandal was disclosed by Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) & busted a gang in Lahore who were involved in smuggling girls to Middle East where these girls were forced for bar dancing and other sexual activities.

Recently it is exposed in a report that in Karachi 12 high systematic gang is working with more than 200 members for trafficking women and girls across U.A.E.

Eventually, I am compelled to think it! Can we control and finish this criminal affair from world? Can we save dignity of our sisters, mothers and innocent flowers (children)

By Abdullah Noman


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