India Reviews Human Trafficking

Union Home Secretary Shri Anil Goswami Chairs 18th Review Meeting of States/UTs Nodal Officers on Anti-Human-Trafficking Union Home Secretary Shri Anil Goswami has called upon law enforcing agencies for greater coordination and effective utilization of the recent amendment in the Criminal Amendment Act 2013 and provisions of the Money Laundering Act to crack down upon rampant human-trafficking. Addressing the 18th review meeting of States/UTs Nodal officers on Anti-Human Trafficking here today, he said the law enforcement response is still not adequate to deal with the menace. The Home Secretary said optimum use must be made of the Criminal Amendment Act 2013. “All efforts should be made to generate awareness about this new provision to police personnel through training.” Shr...
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