No doubt, as the learned Public Prosecutor argues,.
Rather than suppress than traffic, the investigation encouraged.The offence under section 4 of living on the earnings of prostitution of any woman or girl is committed in respect of such woman or girl living in any premises where such offences are committed.Yet, one can only hope that if India is serious about tackling trafficking, that it will use the new anti-trafficking provisions in conjunction with existing labour laws so as to not merely rescue and rehabilitate trafficked workers but to ultimately improve their working lives.It is contended that, if a rehabilitation plan has to be worked out, first a conducive environment has to be built to make the women agreeable to such plan and the police authorities should be directed to stop arresting the women.It is stated in para.2 of the affidavit-in-reply that after issuance of the notification, police authorities have tried to strictly implement the same by registering numerous cases against the women carrying on prostitution as well as the brothels situated in the area, due.(ii) The decision of the Supreme Court.N.kaushal.Prostitution in or in the vicinity of public places:- (1) Any person, who carries on prostitution and the person with whom such prostitution is carried on, in any premises- (a) which are within bauer sucht frau johannes wruss the area or areas, notified under sub-section (3 or (b) which are.It was stated before us that about 1500 women and girls were working before the raids were started and most of them are now not in that area.Try out our, premium Member services: Virtual Legal Assistant, Query Alert Service and an ad-free experience.There are basically two camps, those seeking to eradicate prostitution and those who view the women involved as sex workers.
(8) These arguments appear to me to be very important, and to merit careful consideration.
Thus in the Criminal Law Ordinance, 2013 (which clearly drew on the hastily drafted section on trafficking in the Justice Verma Committee Report exploitation was defined to include prostitution whether voluntarily performed or not.
2 (a) of the Central Act, it is clear enough that the word "used" implies some cotinuity of maintenance, and not merely that the premies in question formed a setting for an indivudal or isloated act of prostitution.
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Grievance is made against indiscriminate raids on the houses of the prostitutes and their removal from the houses.
The learned Public Prosecutor has rightly emphasised that this wording is different from the text of the corresponding.
Arrangements could be made for maintaining direct observartions on the premises, and evidence of such observations could be offered.The provisions of Section 14, therefore, do not violate the fundamental rights guaranteed by Article 14 or 21 of the Constitution as was sought to be contended on behalf of the petitioners.Moreover, the restrictions imposed by the provisions were reasonable and in the interests of the general public.In a study of street prostitutes in Toronto, approximately 90 of women contacted indicated that they wished to stop working on the streets at some point of time, but felt unable or unclear about how to even begin the process, (see Prostitution and Civil Rights.India signed.Those are persons who sustain themselves on other persons,.e.It was also suggested that the children of the women would be taken in a remand home or an orphanage.