- Chinese human traffickers are targeting poor Asian countries.
- They do things like prostitution in the name of getting better jobs in China.
- Pakistan and Nepal are prominently included in their victim countries.
Beijing: Chinese human traffickers are targeting poor Asian countries. According to the report of Meta news, they are forcing people from poor Asian countries to live in China in the name of jobs and then forcibly selling them for marriage or prostitution or slavery, and other types of illegal work. China is known for the large-scale trade of human trafficking, which, however, has now spread outside the country’s walls as well. Recent research has revealed that people sold for human organ trafficking have been murdered on a large scale.
According to a report by Meta Khabar news agency, two Chinese citizens have been arrested in Nepal. These 10 Nepali citizens were forced to do illegal work in the name of getting better jobs in China. Sharda Prasad Chowdhary, superintendent of police at Nepal’s Human Trafficking Investigation Bureau, said, “Interrogation with the rescued women and girls has revealed that most of the women and girls are taken from Nepal as brides but later forced into prostitution.” In 2019, Nepal Police arrested 10 Chinese human traffickers.
Anjana Shakya, chair of the Alliance Against Trafficking of Women and Children board, said that although Chinese nationals take Nepali women with them following all legal procedures, the sex of these women There is a high risk of being used as sex slaves or unpaid laborers.
According to the report of Meta News, due to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), it has been seen recently that many Chinese citizens are coming and going to Pakistan at frequent intervals. These Chinese citizens are arranging marriages with girls from poor sections of Pakistan. These smugglers call themselves the owners or businessmen of big Chinese companies. According to a report by Brooking Institute, these traffickers buy poor Pakistani girls for 3500 to 5000 US dollars. Although the government (Pakistani) has denied such figures, social service organizations accuse the government that the government is deliberately ignoring them.
A report revealed that when the issue of human trafficking by Chinese people created an uproar in Pakistan, the authorities charged 52 Chinese nationals with trafficking in 2019. However, more than half were soon acquitted or granted bail and given a chance to flee to Pakistan. The Chinese government and embassy give statements against human trafficking every now and then, but you will be surprised to know what is the provision of punishment in this China. In China, there is a punishment of 7 years for buying an illegal plant, whereas for buying a human, only three years in jail, and that is not strictly implemented. However, before 1997, there was no provision for punishment for human trafficking in China.