Conscientious is key to control human trafficking: Prof. P.S.Yadapadithaya

8:03 PM, Wednesday, November 9th, 2022


Mangaluru: Our conscience can protect us than any law and it cannot be cheated. However, proper enforcement of law, respect for the law, civic duty sense, and moral responsibility are key to controlling human trafficking, said Mangalore University Chancellor Prof. PS Yadapadithaya opined.

Delivering the presidential remarks during the inauguration of the first Anti-Human Trafficking Club (AHTC) of Mangalore University and one-day workshop on “Human Trafficking: Concerns and Strategies” at Ravindra Kalabhavana of University College Mangalore on Wednesday, he said awareness is needed along with education to eradicate such scourges. “These things can be eliminated only when we are organized,” he added.

Chief Guest, Mangalore North Sub Zone Assistant Commissioner of Police S. Mahesh Kumar, said that human trafficking is the third worst scourge in the society in the world. This racket is happening all around us without the knowledge of the law and common people should join hands with the police to control it, he said. International Justice Mission Strategic Engagement Head Prathima M, delivered a special lecture as the guest of honour. Principal Dr. Anasuya Rai and others were present.

Anti-Human Trafficking Club President Prof. Jayaraj Amin welcomed the guests. Head of Department of Sociology Dr. Gayathri N. mastered the ceremony. AHTC Member Secretary Dr. Nagarathna K. A extended vote of thanks. Students of various colleges and teaching and non-teaching staff of the college were present.

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