How can they sleep at night? Or face themselves in the mirror in the morning?
I ask the question ‘triggered’ by a report in the Indian Express (12 October). There’s been a sharp surge in child trafficking in India following lockdowns. Westerners have forgotten what ‘hand to mouth’ existence means, when the sole breadwinner must earn daily wages to buy food for the family, including elderly parents.
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