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Close your eyes just for a second and imagine how will you feel when you see your sister has been trafficked Anuradha Koirala an iconic leader has been rescuing women and children who had been trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation After years of abuse violence and discrimination she ended her relationship with her husband in 1990 and started an organization Maiti Nepal which means Mothers home to stop girls trafficking Her organization till now has rescued more than thousand trafficked girls from Nepal-India border It was my pleasure and an amazing experience to meet and have conversation with such a humanitarian and kindhearted person Despite all her busy schedule she still managed her few time for us I had never imagined what society and people thinks about trafficked girls until I visited Maiti Nepal I was surprised when I saw those innocent girls who were sold and forced to be a prostitute and after years were rescued by Anuradha Koirala I was sold by my own husband one of the girl said Maiti Nepal provides shelter for more than 1200 trafficked girls and motivates them in different work to be self- sufficient Once we started our conversation I started to realize how cheap this society and people are During our conversation I discovered how weak is the government that still now they have not put any effort to stop this exploitation She started to laugh when I asked her about police movement against it Whole authority is evolved in it and police are helping the traffickers she said Anuradha looks very good for a woman of her age Her honesty politeness and hard working are the key factors behind her success She is not flashy or outspoken but she knows what she is doing She took us to her office Her office wall was fully
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