International Journal of Law


ISSN: 2455-2194

Vol. 6, Issue 3 (2020)

Human trafficking and its legal framework in India

Author(s): Megha S
Abstract: Human trafficking is a trade done on human beings. The offendenders of such crime are called as traffickers. The traffickers traffic human beings, exploit them in various ways for the purpose of financial earning. Human trafficking violates most of the human rights of the victim. The victims of human trafficking will have to face a lot of aftereffects which include emotional trauma, physical injuries due to assault. The scariest aftereffect of human trafficking is the psychological problems faced by the victims. This can last for a life time on the victim which leave them back alone, not letting them interact with people. This paper deals with the aspect of human trafficking in India. The paper analyses, people who are mostly to be a victim of human trafficking, causes of human trafficking on victims, impact of human trafficking on its victims, reason for the expansion of human trafficking in India. The paper studies on the Indian domestic legislation on human trafficking in the light of the International Conventions on the subject matter. At last the paper recommends some measures on preventing human trafficking
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