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BRIDE TRAFFICKING IN INDIA : ASPECTS, CAUSES AND POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS

https://doi.org/10.21684/2412-2343-2021-8-3-

Abstract

Bride Trafficking is an evil that is prevalent in the society since long and it can be stated to be a crime against humanity as it violates the rights, dignity and the liberty of the victims involved. Bride Trafficking is so deep rooted in the society and it is very difficult to provide accurate figures because many a times it becomes impossible to trace the cases of Bride trafficking. Inter State trafficking for the purpose of marriage is prevalent in India and the author has also done a case study by interviewing 50 women from state of Haryana in India. trafficked women undergo a lot of atrocities and many a times they are raped during the transit and further raped by the husband and all his male family members. Apart from this they have to face domestic violence and the treatment given to them is worse than that of slaves and many a times they are trafficked multiple times. The reasons for trafficking can be poverty, female feticide, female infanticide, illiteracy, dowry etc. In this paper the author will discuss bride trafficking,   Reasons for bride trafficking  and Human Rights Violation faced by these trafficked brides and potential solution of this illicit trade.  

About the Author

Dr. Niteesh kumar upadhyay
South Ural State University, Russia and
Russian Federation
Dr . Niteesh Kumar Upadhyay"has done his Ph.D and LLM fromWBNUJS, Kolkata. At college level, he has won various awards in moots, quiz anddebates. He has also presented papers at various national and international level seminarsand conferences. Along with this, he has also conducted several workshops on HumanRights, Gender Rights etc. His numerous works have also been published at variousjournals and he has 24 publication to his credit. He is the founder of knowledgesteez.comand has mentored several other endeavors. He is a part of the Editorial Boards of differentjournals of Legal Research and Study like Journal of Comprehensive Legal Research,West Minster Law Review and Dibrugarh Law Journal, Youth Policy Journal (U.K). Hereceived various scholarships in past including GAJE Turkey, ILEC New York, HAGUEAcademy Netherlands, Gaje Mexico, Gaje Indonesia , Xiamen China , Rene CassinFrance , Pro Bono Honkong etc. In year 2015 he was awarded with title of social changemaker 2015, Young Humanitarian Award""in year 2017 ,"Youth for Human Rights Awardin year 2017. He has also delivered""lectures on various institution of international reputeincluding Regensburg University Germany , Xiamen University China , DaffodilUniversity Bangladesh ,etc ."He is also founder of Indian"Network for Clinical LegalEducation. Executive"board member of All India Law Teachers Congress ."


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