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Operation AAHT: RPF personnel rescue 151 minors together with 32 women from human traffickers in July

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Operation AAHT: RPF personnel rescue 151 minors including 32 girls from human traffickers in July

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NEW DELHI: The trafficking of ladies, minor girls and boys for labour and sexual exhalations from numerous states via trains, which is essentially the most most popular mode of transport for the human traffickers goes unabated.

The Railway Protection Force (RPF) as a part of the month-long nationwide marketing campaign “Operation AAHT” to curb human trafficking rescued 181 victims of human trafficking together with 151 minor boys and 32 women in July from numerous trains and rail areas.

“As part of this initiative, RPF has very recently set up 750 Anti-Trafficking Human Units (AHTUs) across the country that would coordinate with Police, AHTUs functioning in Thana, district and state levels, intelligence units, NGOs and other stakeholders and take effective action on human-trafficking through rail”, Jain shared with this each day. Recently, an MoU was additionally signed by the RPF with an NGO specifically the Association of Voluntary Action (AVA), which is often known as “Bachapan Bachao Andolan ” for stopping the trafficking of ladies, and girls and boys by trains.

The RPF together with the assist of volunteers from social organizations performed common searches throughout the nation and rescued 181 individuals from the clutches of human traffickers.

“Among them, the RPF rescued three poor women and arrested 47 human traffickers on charges of facilitating trafficking in women, girls and boys from one state to another for wrong purposes”, stated Rajiv Jain-ADG PR Railway on the Ministry of Railway on Tuesday.

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Jain additional stated that human trafficking, particularly of ladies and kids, for sexual exploitation, prostitution, compelled labour, compelled marriage, home servitude, adoption, begging, organ transplant, and drug peddling amongst others are carried out as an organized crime.

“This is the most abominable violation of human rights. The railways, being a major national mode of the transport network is being used by human traffickers for transportation of victims from source areas to destination areas”, Jain admitted, additional including that the RPF has taken a resolve to make the whole railway networks had been forbidden to the human traffickers.

Sharing particulars, Jain claimed that the RPF had rescued 2,178 individuals, together with minor-aged girls and boys, within the final 5 years (from 2017 to 2021) throughout the nation, who had been being trafficked for organized works of exploitation.

“Besides all this, the RPF personnel also rescued more than 65,000 children and scores of women and girls in need of care and protection and sent them back to their homes through proper channels. They were rescued either from loitering in and around the railway stations and the platforms or travelling alone in
trains”, Jain stated.

Most of them had fled away from their properties after petty points like quarrelling with dad and mom, and husbands or being crushed by their fathers. The RPF cops together with related volunteers of social organizations conduct searches in over 21,000 passenger strains which run every single day with a purpose to spot anybody being trafficked. 

NEW DELHI: The trafficking of ladies, minor girls and boys for labour and sexual exhalations from numerous states via trains, which is essentially the most most popular mode of transport for the human traffickers goes unabated.

The Railway Protection Force (RPF) as a part of the month-long nationwide marketing campaign “Operation AAHT” to curb human trafficking rescued 181 victims of human trafficking together with 151 minor boys and 32 women in July from numerous trains and rail areas.

“As part of this initiative, RPF has very recently set up 750 Anti-Trafficking Human Units (AHTUs) across the country that would coordinate with Police, AHTUs functioning in Thana, district and state levels, intelligence units, NGOs and other stakeholders and take effective action on human-trafficking through rail”, Jain shared with this each day. Recently, an MoU was additionally signed by the RPF with an NGO specifically the Association of Voluntary Action (AVA), which is often known as “Bachapan Bachao Andolan ” for stopping the trafficking of ladies, and girls and boys by trains.

The RPF together with the assist of volunteers from social organizations performed common searches throughout the nation and rescued 181 individuals from the clutches of human traffickers.

“Among them, the RPF rescued three poor women and arrested 47 human traffickers on charges of facilitating trafficking in women, girls and boys from one state to another for wrong purposes”, stated Rajiv Jain-ADG PR Railway on the Ministry of Railway on Tuesday.

ALSO READ | Six human traffickers nabbed, two victims from Bangladesh rescued

Jain additional stated that human trafficking, particularly of ladies and kids, for sexual exploitation, prostitution, compelled labour, compelled marriage, home servitude, adoption, begging, organ transplant, and drug peddling amongst others are carried out as an organized crime.

“This is the most abominable violation of human rights. The railways, being a major national mode of the transport network is being used by human traffickers for transportation of victims from source areas to destination areas”, Jain admitted, additional including that the RPF has taken a resolve to make the whole railway networks had been forbidden to the human traffickers.

Sharing particulars, Jain claimed that the RPF had rescued 2,178 individuals, together with minor-aged girls and boys, within the final 5 years (from 2017 to 2021) throughout the nation, who had been being trafficked for organized works of exploitation.

“Besides all this, the RPF personnel additionally rescued greater than 65,000 kids and scores of ladies and women in want of care and safety and despatched them again to their properties via correct channels. They had been rescued both from loitering in and across the railway stations and the platforms or travelling alone in
trains”, Jain stated.

Most of them had fled away from their properties after petty points like quarrelling with dad and mom, and husbands or being crushed by their fathers. The RPF cops together with related volunteers of social organizations conduct searches in over 21,000 passenger strains which run every single day with a purpose to spot anybody being trafficked.