24 men were trapped in inhumane conditions working twenty four hours a day.
Harihar Nagbansi has been working for the rights of tea garden workers to save them for exploitation and human trafficking,
This week in India Loud & Clear we will talk about the ugly face of human trafficking.
Although illegal, but distressingly a reality, human trafficking in India still remains a major issue.
Trafficking in Bihar is rampant despite the number of schemes and laws to curb the heinous crime.
West Bengal accounts for the highest number of reported trafficking cases in the country, yet victims often suffer further due to police inaction.
Nati was one of the 130 children who go missing and often fall victim to trafficking every day in India. Sold for 70,000 rupees, she was forcibly married and abused for a year before she managed to come back home.