Jharkhand women taken to Kerala for Flesh trade. Kerala corporate’s role suspected

published on June 14, 2014

The Jharkhand High Court has ruled that women who were taken to Kerala as part of employment training to Kitex, Kizhakkambalam, could be part of human trafficking. These allegations were made by Ajantha Singh, member of the investigation team appointed by Jharkhand Women’s Commission, in an interview with a private channel.
Sources have revealed that these women, who could have been used in flesh trade in Kerala, could be part of the Don Bosco gang, operating from Delhi. The report submitted to the Jharkhand HC says that Don Bosco recruited women for Kitex without taking necessary permission from the government machinery.
“Many women, who were brought to Kerala from Jharkhand under the pretext of employment training, were either sent to different parts of India and even to foreign countries. They were forcibly supplied to hotels. Most of these women become pregnant when they return to their home state,” alleged AjanthaKumar, adding that they were subjected to pregnancy tests before they were taken to Kerala.
Ajantha Singh also said that the names of “those behind these operations will not be revealed” and that the state government “has extended wholehearted cooperation and support in the investigation.”
The matter was brought to the notice of Jharkhand HC following a plea submitted by All Ind7ia Progressive Women’s Association in 2012. The matter was entrusted to the DGP following the submission of the petition. An interim report submitted brought Don Bosco Tech and Kitex under the cloud of suspicion.
Source: JanamTV

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