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India, Oct. 30 -- In mid-October, a 17-year-old girl, Neema (name changed) was found by the Uttar Pradesh (UP) Police in a dazed state, hungry and delirious. Sold to traffickers by her poverty-stricken parents on the advice of "well-meaning" neighbours in her village in Madhya Pradesh, the teenager had escaped from her tormentors in Delhi. Neema walked and hitch-hiked for three days to cover a distance of 200 km before she was spotted by concerned passersby and the police in Hathras. Unaware of her whereabouts and determined to reach home, she was still 794 km short of her home in Mandla district when she was rescued. The girl told the police that there were 12 other minors like her, confined to one room in Delhi. Fortunately, they all ma...
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