Keralite Nuns involvment in Child Trafficking revealed

published on September 23, 2014

It has been reported that large scale human trafficking is taking place under the guise of Evangelism. Reports also point to the involvement of Christian nuns in this racket, where young minor girls are being brought to Kerala for household chores.

Such instances of nuns playing a key role in child trafficking, are now coming out into the open, following the recent occurrence of a minor girl brought from Odisha suffered numerous tortures, after being locked up. Two Roman Catholic nuns are allegedly behind the transporting of this minor girl from Odisha to Kerala.  The battered child is also said to have testified that apart from her, three others minor girls have also been brought to Kerala along with her. “However, she is clueless about the existence of the other girls,” stated sources, adding that a search for them is underway.

“Girls in their youth are sent for household works, where there are all chances of their being subject to various kinds of exploitation, including sexual harassment. The girl who escaped from the house of a bar owner in Pala had deep scars which spoke of extreme physical tortures. Nuns who go to North Indian states like Bihar, Odisha for evangelism, bring with them on their return to Kerala, young minor girls who are in their early teens. The girls are misused in many ways. Reports of more people coming to Kerala under the pretext of treatment being involved in child trafficking show the involvement of the priestly class,” also added sources.

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