Day against Human Trafficking, Observed
In one program, the participants said that the Human Trafficking incident has been increased in the district due to social networking site Face book. Most of the women come into contact with agent through face book, they said.
While speaking at the program on the occasion of 10th national day against Human Trafficking at Myanglung on September 4 ,Chief Januka Rathi of Women and Children Office said that some women were rescued from being trafficked this month.
The participants of the program said that some women of the district were disappeared without giving information to their relative based on the normal relationship in social networking sites. Inspector Janak Puri of District Police Office said that in this financial year, in Koshi zone 25 women and 2 girls were victims of trafficking.
The program with a slogan of “ Our concern and goal to end trafficking” was organised by district women and children office on the occasion of 10th national day against human trafficking. Former District Development Committee chairman Kishore Chandra Dulal and representative of Inter-party network Phurbi Sherpa said that awareness program is essential to minimise Human Trafficking.
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