Hindu theology has a systematic response and fix responsibility for state to not only liberate men and women in slavery but also urge followers to help the victims.
EMPOWER PEOPLE organize workshop for different faith inspired people to learn about stories from mythology as well as religious theology about slavery and trafficking.
Hinduism forbids Slavery
Here are few Hindu religious quote describing Trafficking and Slavery
Nārada (Theft, 28).—‘he who steals a man shall have to pay the highest fine; he who steals a woman shall be deprived of his entire wealth; and he who steals a maiden shall suffer corporal punishment.’
Bṛhaspati (22. 27-28).—‘In the case of women, men, gold, gems, the property of a deity or a Brāhmaṇa, silk and other precious things, the fine shall be equal to the value of the article stolen; or double that amount shall he inflicted as fine; or the thief shall be executed.’
Do. (22.18; Vivādaratnākara, p. 317)--‘Those who steal human beings should be burnt by the slow fire of chaff.’
Vyāsa (Do.).—‘The stealer of women shall be burnt on an iron bed by the slow fire of chaff; the stealer of man should have his hands and feet cut off and then exposed on the road-crossing. He who steals a man should he fined the highest amercement; he who steals a woman should have his entire property confiscated; and he who steals a maiden shall he put to death.’
Śaṅkha-Likhita (Do., p. 318).—‘For stealing a king’s son, the fine is 108 kārṣāpaṇas, or corporal punishment; half of that for stealing persons of the royal family, or of men and women in general.’
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