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SUPREME COURT – SEX WORKERS REHABILITATION CASE : BUDHADEV KARMASKAR VS STATE OF WEST BENGAL

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“We strongly feel that the Central and the State Governments through Social Welfare Boards should prepare schemes for rehabilitation all over the country for physically and sexually abused women commonly known as prostitutes as we are of the view that the prostitutes also have a right to live with dignity under Article 21 of the Constitution of India since they are also human beings and their problems also need to be addressed. As already observed by us, a woman is compelled to indulge in prostitution not for pleasure but because of abject poverty. If such a woman is granted opportunity to avail some technical or vocational training, she would be able to earn her livelihood by such vocational training and skill instead of by selling her body.”

J.[MARKANDEY KATJU]

J. [GYAN SUDHA MISRA]

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