I want to bring up this topic since I have been reading that divorce rates are going high these days and it wasn't like that in early 2000's. Young women in the age group 25-30yrs are readily thinking about taking divorce. Why is that? Is it because they think they are earning equivalent to their husband, they are highly educated and they can take care of themselves?? Divorce more than anything is mental torture and life long repentance. But do you think everyone is thinking in that way?
Human trafficking is the third biggest profitable illicit trade happening in this world. According to UNFPA estimate, around 1.3 million people are trafficked throughout the world every year. Thousands of children and women are being affected with this trade. India, a country that stands 2nd in terms of world population is also a worst hit. According to UNICEF around 3 lakhs children, mostly girls are trafficked and most of them are pushed into prostitution. People are convinced, threatened, abducted or cheated and are pushed into this flesh market that has no mercy for the victims. It is one of the worst forms of modern day exploitation. It violates all the human right laws. Do you ever wonder how this human trafficking takes place, how many people and families get hit by this? In this post I want to highlight some of the real life cases and show how this trade takes place and what change is necessary from us as a human being in this society.