Goa: While vice chairman of the Delhi Jal board and AAP MLA Raghav Chadha wants Goa power minister Nilesh Cabral to have a debate on the power models in Goa and Delhi, Goa-based NGO Arz (Anyay Rahit Zindagi) urged both the Goa and Delhi governments to discuss sex-trafficking as it is major issue in both places.Arz is appointed by Goa Police as the nodal NGO of the anti-human trafficking unit of the police. Arz said Delhi is developing as a major source of sex trafficking and there is a need for the government there to take steps in collaboration with the Goa government to prevent trafficking and provide rehabilitation to rescued victims.
“I hope that the present governments in Delhi and Goa debate about sex trafficking and come out with solutions,” Arz director Arun Pandey told. He said that he believes that one of the important components of good governance is welfare of its citizens, especially of the exploited, the underprivileged, the stigmatised and the marginalised. Victims of sex trafficking are one of the important groups which require support, protection and rehabilitation.“With the aim to prevent sex trafficking from Delhi to Goa, Arz had submitted a detailed report to the chief minister of Delhi and the Delhi commission for women (DCW) for necessary action, in July 2016, and in the last four years we have not seen any difference,” he said.
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