Section 370 – Trafficking of Persons

  • Vidushi Rastogi
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  • Vidushi Rastogi

    Student at NMIMS Kirit P Mehta School Of Law, Mumbai, India

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Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to understand and research about Section 370 Trafficking of persons. Research Implication – This paper provides a preliminary understanding of the role of Section 370. Further research might use alternative methods and this paper might make use of secondary research method that is on already existing data. Findings - This research will attempt to evaluate and assess role of Section 370. It comes to the conclusion that the anti-human trafficking legislation must be strengthened to ensure that they fulfil all requirements for preventing human trafficking. To prevent them from becoming victims, those who are living in poverty throughout the country must be made aware of human trafficking and its effects. Originality/Value – The government must protect the weaker members of society to prevent them from becoming unfortunate victims of human trafficking. The victims of human trafficking are only those who fall below the poverty line, thus the crime of human trafficking may be greatly reduced if the government assists the underprivileged sections of the population and provides them with enough training and employment. NGOs, welfare offices, legal consultants, as well as members of the general public and social workers, must all play a crucial part in defending the rights of women and children by offering assistance, providing legal direction, and doing so from the bottom up.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 3727 - 3734


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