President of India calls human trafficking a social evil and a crime against humanity at an event to launch a skilling initiative by an NGO on eve of International Women's Day 2018
President of India calls human trafficking a social evil and a crime against humanity at an event to launch a skilling initiative by an NGO on eve of International Women's Day 2018

Skill India to get young survivors of human trafficking a new lease of life

The President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, met survivors of human trafficking on the occasion of International Women’s Day at Rashtrapati Bhavan today and also launched a skills training programme for the young survivors, organised by an NGO, Justice and Care.

Speaking on the occasion, the President said that human trafficking is a social evil. It is not a common crime but a crime against humanity. The entire society must unite for its eradication. Awareness should be increased. People should also be encouraged to urge the survivors of human trafficking into the mainstream of society and help them overcome their problems.  We need to create an appropriate eco-system for survivors.

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