Who does the Indian law view as criminals in case of ‘high profile prostitution rackets’?
The ‘businessmen’ (unnamed and un-blamed) without whose interests there would be no ‘sex rackets’?
Who pays (directly or indirectly) for the crime of human trafficking and all the horrors it involves? (Please read, and watch: Mardaani)
See something wrong with the way this news is reported? Should they have named the actor?
This is particularly striking, since there is no mention of the names of the businessmen who have been arrested. And specially when you read it a day after watching Mardaani.
Link shared by Ritu Lalit on facebook.
Reports said the 23-year-old actor was caught “in a compromising position” after the Hyderabad Police raided a famous hotel at the upscale Banjara Hills in the city.
After her arrest, the actor released a statement in which she said she was out of money and had no other way to support her family.
The police said they have also arrested several well-known businessmen along with the actor. The actor underwent a medical test before being lodged in a rescue home run by the Woman and Child Welfare department. She is likely to stay there for three months. The inmates are provided with free food, clothing, medical care and vocational training.
Why do you think do ‘prostitution rackets’ offend the sensibilities of an average citizen?
I hope because ‘sex rackets’ involve exploitation, possibly violence, cruelty, lack of consent and possibly Minors?
And not because they believe immoral women are leading helpless innocent family men ‘astray’.