The official, with years of experience studying human trafficking in Pakistan, said many of the women who spoke to investigators told of forced fertility treatments, physical and sexual abuse and, in some cases, forced prostitution. The list gives the most concrete figure yet for the number of women caught up in the trafficking schemes since Trafficking is increasing now. After the acquittals, there are other cases before the courts involving arrested Pakistani and at least another 21 Chinese suspects, according to the report sent to the prime minister in September. Investigators have also turned up at least one Muslim cleric running a marriage bureau from his madrassa, or religious school. In October, a court in Faisalabad acquitted 31 Chinese nationals charged in connection with trafficking. Connect with the definitive source for global and local news.
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