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    A conference on Anti Human Trafficking was held in Hyderabad. The police organised this conference to celebrate the 10 years of Telangana State Formation. The conference took place at the Telangana State Police Academy on Tuesday. Telangana state DGP Anjani Kumar spoke at the conference. He said Telangana ranks first in the country for taking action against human trafficking. He also stressed the need for the police department and voluntary organizations to work together to prevent human and child trafficking.

    Additional DG, Women Safety, Shikha Goel spoke about the women safety wing’s role in preventing human trafficking. She informed that Telangana is the first state to have anti-human trafficking units functioning in all police districts. Telangana police is also following a zero-tolerance policy towards human trafficking. In the last two years, 738 cases have been registered with 1961 arrests made by the AHT departments. 110 accused are detained under the Preventive Detention Act.

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    Additional DG, CID Mahesh M Bhagwat spoke about organ trading and explained trends in organ trade, methods to prevent cases, protect victims and identify them. Telangana Police Academy Director Sandeep Shandilya explained the provisions of the Act to combat human trafficking. He said that there is a need to stop the sources of these crimes.

    More than 100 representatives from police, labour, women and child welfare departments and voluntary organizations participated in this workshop.

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