Human Traffic Watch

Join hands to stop child trafficking in India

In Child Trafficking, Human Trafficking on October 22, 2012 at 9:14 am



The death of a battered two-year-old girl in India has thrust human trafficking in the country into the spotlight. The girl, dubbed Falak by doctors, was taken to a New Delhi hospital in January by a 14-year-old girl who claimed to be her mother. Doctors say Falak had severe head injuries, broken arms, branded cheeks, and bite marks covering her body when she was admitted. Click to read more.

(Source: jayaa, via faithfulelephantss)

This shouldn’t be a child’s battle. This shouldn’t be anyone’s battle.


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