Human Rights Commission member P. Mohandas spoke to Bangladesh women including those who had been sexually harassed and waiting for their travel to their home town.
However,the commission found the denial of travel permission to their native land was serious human rights violation.
The commission member blamed the Malappuram police for keeping the’victims ,here ,indefinitely until the absconding culprits in the case are to be nabbed.
He will seek the report from Malappuram Superintendent of Police.
Now the ladies are staying at Mahilamandiram,Vellimadukunnu.
Mohandas pointed out the grave issue of human trafficking in Kerala, citing these women’s plights.
The women are wishing to go back to their country for celebrating Ramzan with their family.
“It is a shame to God’s own country where ‘victims’ are being treated as ‘prisoners’ and denying their travel right for eight years-he said.