India is a major country of origin, transit, and destination for trafficking in persons. According to a 2003 United Nations report, India is one of the top nine destination countries for sex trafficking in the world. Because of India’s geographical proximity to South Asia and relatively open borders, major trafficking routes have been established between Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka and different parts of India.
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