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HUMAN TRAFFICKING
MAHARASHTRA RESPONSE




            Presentation By:
      Jayant Pawnikar
        Officer on Special Duty
Women and Child Development Department


                                         1
Maharashtra Highlights
                        - Maharashtra is a source, transit & destination state
T r a f f i c k i n g




                        - Cities like Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad are
     HUMAN




                          destination points


                        - Maharashtra witnesses interstate, inter-district & cross
                          border trafficking of women & children for commercial
                          sexual exploitation
                        - As per NHR reports 17 districts are found as source
                          areas
Rajasthan
                                                    a                    M.
                                                t ak                          P
                                             rna
                                          Ka
T r a f f i c k i n g

                          Asam




                                                                                         .    P
                                                                                           A.
     HUMAN




                                                        Maharashtra
                        U . P.




                                                                                               engal
                                                            as
                                                        DESTINATION




                                                                                         West B
                                 Bih
                                     ar




                                                                                    i
                                                                                    lh
                                                As


                                                                                  De
                                                  am
                                                           Bangalsdesh
SOURCE STATES




                Maharashtra
                as Transit
                              Other
                              States


                              Arabian
                              Country
U. P.
T r a f f i c k i n g




                                        Goa
     HUMAN




                        Maharshatra   West Bengal
                           As
                         SOURCE
                                         Delhi


                                        Bihar


                                         Other
                                        country
Major Districts of origin admitted in the home
              in last 6 years

              3%3% 4%              16%
                                                  Mumbai -128
         9%
                                                  Upnagar-209

                                                  Thane -295
      5%
                                                  Nagar -41

                                                  Pune -75
                                            25%
                                                  Kolhapur - 23

                                                  Nagpur -23

                                                  Beed -29
            35%
 Implementing State plan of Action for the
Advocacy
initiatives     Prevention of Human Trafficking
               State advisory Board and 35 District level

                advisory committee
               Constituted CWC in each district

               Social service Branch in each district

               Rehabilitation with the help of NGOs.

               A State Level Anti Trafficking Unit has been

                established by the Commissionerate in joint
                collaboration with Save the Children India.
 Organized training workshops for
Advocacy
initiatives     NGOs, Superintendents, DWCDO,
                Probation Officers Child Welfare
                Committees & police officials in 35
                Districts
               State has issued Protocols for
                rescue, rehabilitation, repatriation of
                victims & trials of accused, etc.
               250 victims of Bangladesh origin have
                been safely repatriated since 2009
Advocacy
initiatives    The State Govt. has setup a task
                force for speedy and proper
                repatriation of rescued victims of
                Bangladesh and jurisdiction is being
                expanded very soon
               A Special court for dealing with the
                cases of immoral trafficking only, has
                been established in Mumbai and
                recently in Pune
               Standard agenda for the district
                advisory committee
State        Under the chairmanship of ACS
Advisory
              Home
committee
             Officials from police, judiciary, legal

              aid, WCD and NGOs
             State action plan, protocols, formats

              for data collection, repatriation of
              inter state and inter country are the
              achievements
Superintendent
Of Police                       District                Chief Executive
                               Collector                 Officer of Z P
  DWCDO                      Chairperson                    District
                                                          Government
                                                            Pleader
   District
Education Officer                                        NGO of Child
                                                            Labor
District Social
Welfare officer
                                                          District
   Civil                                                Health Officer
  Surgeon
    District Labor   Representative   Representative
                                                       NGOs
        officer      of MAVIM           of CWC
70
Analysis of        2006-20
ITPA Dist     60   2007 -17
Ad Com
                   2008-41
              50
meeting            2009-31
              40   2010- 42
                   2011-12-65
              30

              20

              10

               0
Maharashtra Highlights
                   •   7 Protective home(2 Mumbai, 1 Thane , 1 Pune, 2 Nagpur 1
                       Nandurbar) and 5 Special rehabilitation centers(2 Mumbai, 1
INFRASTRUCTURE &




                       Pune, 2 Thane ) with capacity of 615
  REHABILITATION




                   •   Other than the minor victims are admitted in children home and
                       majors are admitted in women shelter home where the protective
                       home or Special rehabilitation centers are not established
                   •   8 Proposals of implementing UJJWALA scheme are under
                       consideration for licensing as protective home under sec 21 of
                       ITPA
                   •   7597 rescued girls and women are admitted during last six years
                       87 percent are from out of the state and country
                   •   3018 victims are send to their origin during last three years
                   •   12 anti trafficking units have been established
Rehabilitation Programmes
                    Fashion Designing, Jewelry Making, Catering, Petrol Filling,
INFRASTRUCTURE &




                      Hospitality Management, Computer training, Candle Making,
  REHABILITATION




                      Envelop making
                    Sanctioned Sanitary Napkin and paper plates Industry in

                      Government Homes
                    ( 2007-08 to 2011-12) During period 3851 are given training and

                      141 has got job
                    Life skill programmes

                    Meditation, Yoga classes as well as celebration of New year,

                      international women’s day,
                    Cultural Programmes of the inmate
Bangaladesh
   repatriation



                   Established Task Force in 2009


Secretary Women and child development department     Chairperson
Deputy secretary Women and child development         Member
State Coordinator PPMU Women and child development   Member
Deputy Commissioner Women and child development      Member Secretary
Senior P I ( I Branch) Comm. of Police Mumbai        Member

Superintendent/P.O dealing the case                  Invitee Member
NGOs supporting RRI process                          Invitee member
Representative of UNICEF                             Member
Bangaladesh
repatriation
                Identify the at initial stage

                Proposal for confirmation of nationality and family

                  tracing
                Submit proposal to Bangaladesh Embassy for

                  confirmation
                Obtain consent letter from Bangaladesh Embassy

                NOC issued by State Government

                Obtain travel permit from Bangaladesh Embassy

                Obtained FRO clearance

                Send by air or by road

                Handover the custody to Bangaladesh Government.
Infrastructure for rescue minor
       JCL                                 CNCP



       6600                                      1069

     Observation Home                 Children’s home


i
         44                           5               5         22
    Special Home            Rescued       Spl. Need       MDC

                        9
              After care Hostels
B Sangopn Yojana
        al
 Family Based Scheme of Bal Sangopan-
  Bal Sangopan Yojana (BSY) aims to
  strengthen support services for children at
  the      family     level    thus reducing
  institutionalization of children.
 Administrative Expenses Rs. 75/- per child
  per month and Rs. 425/- per child per
  month to foster care family
Community
    Organisation
        and
    Mobilisation




Self Help Group of
Women
Youth and Adolecents

Village leaders

Government employees
– Gram Sevak, teachers,
Anganwadi workers,
Police Patil ,

Elected representatives-
Sarpanch
Training programmes
           For
   P olice, Probation
officer, district Officers
 and district advisory
     committees
Training
 programme for
     CSW

 Launched on 1st July 20011

 Vocational training programme for CSW

 Scheme run through Cllector, Municipal
  Commissioner and CEO ZP
 Flexibility of funds as per requirement

 Started in 3 districts
Case No 1

 Victim is 12th Passed
 After mother death the family was in crises
 Contacted with one girl by way of face-book
 Inform the needs of the family
 Assurance for better Job in Pune
 Brought in Pune and sold
 Rescued by police after getting information from
  NGO
 Contacted with family
 Repatriated with the hlp of Police in 14 days
Case No 2

 Victim was fall in love and got married
 Dispute with mother in law and hence left home
 Arrived in Delhi and worked as cook
 Interacted with 2 girls
 Brought in Pune for better Job
 Sold in brothel
 Rescued
 Found mentally disturbed because of torchered
  and abused
 Could not traced out family because of the
  correct address
Case No 3

 Victim was fall in love and got married
 Left by Husband was with parents
 Got sick and treatment in Taluka Hospital
 Met with the person who assured her to have
  better treatment.
 Took her away and gave water for drinking
 She was unconscious and woke-up in Pune
 Handed over to other women and sold
 Rescued and repatriated with in one month
Case No 4

 Employed in company getting Rs. 600/- per month
 While returning from Grand Mother’s house met
  with known girl
 Went to uncle’s house and from there came to
  Pune for better Job.
 Sold in brothel
 Beaten and tortured by brothel manager and
  finally became CSW
 Temporarily Shifted to Shirdi for 1 month
 Rescued but not repatriated due to incomplete
  address
Case No 5

 After father’s death living with her mother who
    worked as a house keeper
   Wanted to earn money. Interacted with a boy who
    assured her to have better job and promise to marry.
   Brought her in Mumbai and handed over to other
    person.
   The person brought her in Pune kept in hotel for 1
    day and sold her
   The brothel manager dumped her in a small room for
    six years
   Rescued by Police in some other raid
   Still to be repatriated
Case No 6

 Run away from school to meet lover
 Made unconscious
 Brought in Hotel and raped
 Try to escape could not succeed
 Lock up
 Sold in brothel
 Rescued and share information
 Found missing complaint
 Easily repatriated within 3 months
Case No 7

 4 girls rescued in 2010
 Court released them on bond as they are
  major
 Persue the case found 2 missing complaint
 Invesitigated through informer and found 1 in
  brothel
 Refused to come out
 Brought her brother and then rescued
 Shared the information and rescued others in
  2011
 Found minor from document
Expectations
from source
   state



     Speedy HIR from the state
     Rehabilitation programs for the victims
      repatriated
     Support to identify the trafficker and
      investigation for conviction
     Sharing data of the missing persons
Expectations
 from source
    state



 Help to identify Bangladeshi victim
 Follow up report of the repatriated victim
 Sharing the information from victim
 Speedy vacancy for the victims of W B
 Preventive measures on human trafficking
 Colabration of the government with NGOs
J IND !
 AIH

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W b consultation jayant

  • 1. HUMAN TRAFFICKING MAHARASHTRA RESPONSE Presentation By: Jayant Pawnikar Officer on Special Duty Women and Child Development Department 1
  • 2.
  • 3. Maharashtra Highlights - Maharashtra is a source, transit & destination state T r a f f i c k i n g - Cities like Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad are HUMAN destination points - Maharashtra witnesses interstate, inter-district & cross border trafficking of women & children for commercial sexual exploitation - As per NHR reports 17 districts are found as source areas
  • 4. Rajasthan a M. t ak P rna Ka T r a f f i c k i n g Asam . P A. HUMAN Maharashtra U . P. engal as DESTINATION West B Bih ar i lh As De am Bangalsdesh
  • 5. SOURCE STATES Maharashtra as Transit Other States Arabian Country
  • 6. U. P. T r a f f i c k i n g Goa HUMAN Maharshatra West Bengal As SOURCE Delhi Bihar Other country
  • 7. Major Districts of origin admitted in the home in last 6 years 3%3% 4% 16% Mumbai -128 9% Upnagar-209 Thane -295 5% Nagar -41 Pune -75 25% Kolhapur - 23 Nagpur -23 Beed -29 35%
  • 8.  Implementing State plan of Action for the Advocacy initiatives Prevention of Human Trafficking  State advisory Board and 35 District level advisory committee  Constituted CWC in each district  Social service Branch in each district  Rehabilitation with the help of NGOs.  A State Level Anti Trafficking Unit has been established by the Commissionerate in joint collaboration with Save the Children India.
  • 9.  Organized training workshops for Advocacy initiatives NGOs, Superintendents, DWCDO, Probation Officers Child Welfare Committees & police officials in 35 Districts  State has issued Protocols for rescue, rehabilitation, repatriation of victims & trials of accused, etc.  250 victims of Bangladesh origin have been safely repatriated since 2009
  • 10. Advocacy initiatives  The State Govt. has setup a task force for speedy and proper repatriation of rescued victims of Bangladesh and jurisdiction is being expanded very soon  A Special court for dealing with the cases of immoral trafficking only, has been established in Mumbai and recently in Pune  Standard agenda for the district advisory committee
  • 11. State  Under the chairmanship of ACS Advisory Home committee  Officials from police, judiciary, legal aid, WCD and NGOs  State action plan, protocols, formats for data collection, repatriation of inter state and inter country are the achievements
  • 12. Superintendent Of Police District Chief Executive Collector Officer of Z P DWCDO Chairperson District Government Pleader District Education Officer NGO of Child Labor District Social Welfare officer District Civil Health Officer Surgeon District Labor Representative Representative NGOs officer of MAVIM of CWC
  • 13. 70 Analysis of 2006-20 ITPA Dist 60 2007 -17 Ad Com 2008-41 50 meeting 2009-31 40 2010- 42 2011-12-65 30 20 10 0
  • 14. Maharashtra Highlights • 7 Protective home(2 Mumbai, 1 Thane , 1 Pune, 2 Nagpur 1 Nandurbar) and 5 Special rehabilitation centers(2 Mumbai, 1 INFRASTRUCTURE & Pune, 2 Thane ) with capacity of 615 REHABILITATION • Other than the minor victims are admitted in children home and majors are admitted in women shelter home where the protective home or Special rehabilitation centers are not established • 8 Proposals of implementing UJJWALA scheme are under consideration for licensing as protective home under sec 21 of ITPA • 7597 rescued girls and women are admitted during last six years 87 percent are from out of the state and country • 3018 victims are send to their origin during last three years • 12 anti trafficking units have been established
  • 15. Rehabilitation Programmes  Fashion Designing, Jewelry Making, Catering, Petrol Filling, INFRASTRUCTURE & Hospitality Management, Computer training, Candle Making, REHABILITATION Envelop making  Sanctioned Sanitary Napkin and paper plates Industry in Government Homes  ( 2007-08 to 2011-12) During period 3851 are given training and 141 has got job  Life skill programmes  Meditation, Yoga classes as well as celebration of New year, international women’s day,  Cultural Programmes of the inmate
  • 16. Bangaladesh repatriation  Established Task Force in 2009 Secretary Women and child development department Chairperson Deputy secretary Women and child development Member State Coordinator PPMU Women and child development Member Deputy Commissioner Women and child development Member Secretary Senior P I ( I Branch) Comm. of Police Mumbai Member Superintendent/P.O dealing the case Invitee Member NGOs supporting RRI process Invitee member Representative of UNICEF Member
  • 17. Bangaladesh repatriation  Identify the at initial stage  Proposal for confirmation of nationality and family tracing  Submit proposal to Bangaladesh Embassy for confirmation  Obtain consent letter from Bangaladesh Embassy  NOC issued by State Government  Obtain travel permit from Bangaladesh Embassy  Obtained FRO clearance  Send by air or by road  Handover the custody to Bangaladesh Government.
  • 18. Infrastructure for rescue minor JCL CNCP 6600 1069 Observation Home Children’s home i 44 5 5 22 Special Home Rescued Spl. Need MDC 9 After care Hostels
  • 19. B Sangopn Yojana al  Family Based Scheme of Bal Sangopan- Bal Sangopan Yojana (BSY) aims to strengthen support services for children at the family level thus reducing institutionalization of children.  Administrative Expenses Rs. 75/- per child per month and Rs. 425/- per child per month to foster care family
  • 20. Community Organisation and Mobilisation Self Help Group of Women Youth and Adolecents Village leaders Government employees – Gram Sevak, teachers, Anganwadi workers, Police Patil , Elected representatives- Sarpanch
  • 21. Training programmes For P olice, Probation officer, district Officers and district advisory committees
  • 22. Training programme for CSW  Launched on 1st July 20011  Vocational training programme for CSW  Scheme run through Cllector, Municipal Commissioner and CEO ZP  Flexibility of funds as per requirement  Started in 3 districts
  • 23. Case No 1  Victim is 12th Passed  After mother death the family was in crises  Contacted with one girl by way of face-book  Inform the needs of the family  Assurance for better Job in Pune  Brought in Pune and sold  Rescued by police after getting information from NGO  Contacted with family  Repatriated with the hlp of Police in 14 days
  • 24. Case No 2  Victim was fall in love and got married  Dispute with mother in law and hence left home  Arrived in Delhi and worked as cook  Interacted with 2 girls  Brought in Pune for better Job  Sold in brothel  Rescued  Found mentally disturbed because of torchered and abused  Could not traced out family because of the correct address
  • 25. Case No 3  Victim was fall in love and got married  Left by Husband was with parents  Got sick and treatment in Taluka Hospital  Met with the person who assured her to have better treatment.  Took her away and gave water for drinking  She was unconscious and woke-up in Pune  Handed over to other women and sold  Rescued and repatriated with in one month
  • 26. Case No 4  Employed in company getting Rs. 600/- per month  While returning from Grand Mother’s house met with known girl  Went to uncle’s house and from there came to Pune for better Job.  Sold in brothel  Beaten and tortured by brothel manager and finally became CSW  Temporarily Shifted to Shirdi for 1 month  Rescued but not repatriated due to incomplete address
  • 27. Case No 5  After father’s death living with her mother who worked as a house keeper  Wanted to earn money. Interacted with a boy who assured her to have better job and promise to marry.  Brought her in Mumbai and handed over to other person.  The person brought her in Pune kept in hotel for 1 day and sold her  The brothel manager dumped her in a small room for six years  Rescued by Police in some other raid  Still to be repatriated
  • 28. Case No 6  Run away from school to meet lover  Made unconscious  Brought in Hotel and raped  Try to escape could not succeed  Lock up  Sold in brothel  Rescued and share information  Found missing complaint  Easily repatriated within 3 months
  • 29. Case No 7  4 girls rescued in 2010  Court released them on bond as they are major  Persue the case found 2 missing complaint  Invesitigated through informer and found 1 in brothel  Refused to come out  Brought her brother and then rescued  Shared the information and rescued others in 2011  Found minor from document
  • 30. Expectations from source state  Speedy HIR from the state  Rehabilitation programs for the victims repatriated  Support to identify the trafficker and investigation for conviction  Sharing data of the missing persons
  • 31. Expectations from source state  Help to identify Bangladeshi victim  Follow up report of the repatriated victim  Sharing the information from victim  Speedy vacancy for the victims of W B  Preventive measures on human trafficking  Colabration of the government with NGOs
  • 32. J IND ! AIH

Editor's Notes

  1. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  2. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  3. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  4. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  5. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  6. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  7. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  8. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  9. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  10. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  11. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  12. In Government and Ngo shelter homes
  13. In Government and Ngo shelter homes