Trafficking of girls emblematic of India abuses

01/10/2013 | BBC · PRI's The World (Boston)

The recent gang rape and death in New Delhi of a 23-year-old student has cast a spotlight on issues affecting women and girls in India, including the kidnapping and sale of girls. A man in Calcutta who sells girls for a living says corrupt politicians and police are crucial to his work.

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