Kranti’s Story

            

*Content Warning// rape, paedophilia

In August, Kranti (name changed for privacy and protection) was intercepted at the Nepal/India border. This case is critical and severe in nature. Therefore, police recommended our team go to her village to file the case. The 3 Angels Nepal legal team, including our lawyer, travelled 10 hours to file her case.

Kranti’s mother was in tears when she found out about how her daughter became the victim of trafficking, regular rape and several kinds of abuse since her childhood.

On the way back to the Women’s Safe Haven, she had some health issues. So, she was taken directly to the hospital for treatment.

Kranti is 17 years old and pregnant. Two perpetrators have been caught by police and Kranti is at the Women’s Safe Haven receiving much needed counselling and medical care.

 

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