As per the comprehensive report , India is a labor-surplus, developing country, in which more than 40% of the population is regarded as economically deprived. While forced labor is a prime cause of India’s most rampant trafficking crime – here we’ve some other causes of child trafficking that acts as catalysts to boost this dreadful yet profitable crime business across the country and outside:
A Big Economic Handicap
Poverty and unemployment have crippled India as a nation. With nearly half of the entire population falling under economically deprived zone, India is a land of lost opportunities and scrappy resources. In Indian culture, parents think their children should earn money and free the family from the dark shackles of poverty. For that, many, though not all, send their children to big Indian cities to earn a livelihood and ease their poverty. And just as they do so, the poor little souls get abducted into sex slavery or human trafficking rackets, from where they can never be brought back.