➡ From Child Welfare Information Gateway NJ:
India: For India’s sex trafficking victims, family members often bear part of the blame
Public Radio International – May 24, 2017
If the girls are rescued, a lot of state and NGO machinery gets involved – there are police raids and rescues, and then the state’s Child Welfare Committee has to figure out where the girls should go. Sometimes the families are so poor, they don’t want them back; they have too many mouths to feed, which is why the girl was sent in the first place.