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10th August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-2(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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  4. OPED es the anti-trafficking Bill address trafficking? Does the anti-trafficking Bill address trafficking? to S. UBHODEEP

  5. -YES | Sampurna Behura NO Tripti Tandon IT'S COMPLICATED | Pravin Patkar UBHODEEP

  6. -YES | Sampurna Behura Bill goes beyond criminalisation; it tries to combat the organised nature of trafficking 370A, which defined trafficking and laid out the punishment for it. However, mere criminalisation of trafficking is not enough several laws have not been implemented in letter and spirit in the absence of a comprehensive legislative framework. In the case of trafficking, data show that despite the 2013 law, there has been an increase in the number of victims of human trafficking. S. UBHODEEP

  7. It is to tackle this menace that the comprehensive Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill, 2018, was passed. Instead of mere criminalisation, the Bill combat the organised nature of trafficking seeks to systematically Multipronged approach The Bill ties together the approaches of prevention, rescue and rehabilitation to create a robust policy framework against trafficking. It places at its core the rights and welfare of victims of human trafficking. UBHODEEP

  8. There are aggravated forms of trafficking which have been introduced, such as trafficking for the purpose of begging, or bearing a child, or for the purpose of marriage or under the pretext of marriage by administering narcotic drugs, hormones, or chemical substances for the purposes of early sexual maturity, and so on Under the Bill, prosecution under these offences will be made timely and efficient by special public prosecutors The Bill provides protection to witnesses. maintain the confidentiality of victims by recording their statements through video conferencing and by in camera proceedings. UBHODEEP

  9. It states that there will be time-bound trials and repatriation of victims A rehabilitation fund has been introduced for the first time. for the physical, psychological and social well-being of victims The Bill seeks to build the capacity of victims by providing capital, infrastructure, education and skill development to empower them to access justice and to prevent further trafficking. For the first time, the National Anti-Trafficking Bureau will coordinate with authorities in foreign countries and international organisations, and facilitate inter-State and trans-border transfer of evidence and materials. S. UBHODEEP

  10. strengthen the intelligence apparatus to improve the collection, collation and dissemination of operational intelligence There will be State and District Anti-Trafficking Committees which will arrange for appropriate training and sensitisation of functionaries of all personnel. Tere wit poro rainin and sensitiatonet tanca In order to break the organised nexus, at the national and international levels, the Bill proposes attachment and forfeiture of property and to remit the proceeds of crime in the rehabilitation fund It will also freeze bank accounts of those whose funds have been utilised to facilitate trafficking. By doing this, the Bill handicaps the organised trafficking networks. UBHODEEP

  11. They either criminalise acts that are already punishable under other laws or ban activities that are not only legitimate but also constitutionally protected An example of the former is the 'new' offence of "trafficking for the purpose of begging". Employing or causing someone to beg is already a criminal offence under anti-begging laws. Similarlv, unauthorised immigration of citizens and foreigners is dealt with under the Passports Act, 1967, and the Foreigners Act, 1946, respectively. UBHODEEP

  12. How is this a leap or an advance in anti-trafficking legislation? For the police and the courts, implementing the numerous anti-trafficking laws will be a nightmare. UBHODEEP

  13. The Bill clashes with existing laws, which will lead to confusion The Bill adds two more unnecessary and vaguely defined institutions: protection homes and rehabilitation homes. The term 'victim' appears several times in the Bill but is shoddily defined. Through Section 59, the Bill overrides a better definition of 'victim' given in the Code of Criminal Procedure. Going by the established practice, a victim is one who is 'rescued' by the raiding police. So, those rescued by NGOs,parents, friends, and so on are not victims UBHODEEP