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Industries implicated in the survey data include domestic work, the construction and sex industries, agriculture, fishing, manufacturing, manual labour, and forced begging.While bonded labour has been outlawed for decades, survey data and pre-existing research confirms that this practice still persists.Sometimes the consequence extended to my family and they used physical torture in several time." (Survey respondent, 2016).Bonded labour is not only illegal, research confirms that it has serious negative health impacts for those affected, who typically work in unsanitary and dangerous working conditions with no access to health care.It is reported that girls as young as ten continue to be hired in private homes.Domestic workers can be subject to threats of and actual physical violence and in, some cases, sexual abuse."You are well aware that if a young lady works as a domestic servant she is always a soft target of being easily molested. I have not paid a single amount and in the name of debt I was made a victim of the sexual violence." (Survey respondent, 2016)Street begging by adults and children is a prominent feature of many Indian cities. I am not paid my wages only working as a bonded labor." (Survey respondent, 2016)"I was forced to do begging and still begging with the others...
While laws, systems and attitudes regarding key 'fault lines' such as the caste system, gender and feudalism are rapidly changing, social change of this depth and scale necessarily takes time.As one survey respondent said:"My wife is kept in the locked room and sexually harassed and being forced to work as a prostitute.She is physically punished whenever she refuse to have sex. We are also threatened of legal action against us." (Survey respondent, 2016)Another reported:"I was forced to work in the flesh trade...The number of underage brides has declined 0.3 per cent in rural areas since 2001, but in urban areas it increased 0.7 per cent, the report said.
The study, the first to break down India's census data on child marriage, found that nearly one in four girls in rural areas and one in five in urban areas married before 18.Whereas in other countries, a national survey was used to estimate prevalence, in India, we chose to proceed with surveys at the State level.