ISLAMABAD: If human trafficking menace could not be controlled then it is feared that Pakistan may include in watch list named TIRE 2 through which Pakistan could be lost financial aid and other privileges.
According to reports, Pakistan failed to impose even minimum standards in implementing human trafficking laws approved by United Nation as Trafficking and Victims Protection Act (TVPA).
The numbers of ‘wanted’ people in human trafficking have been increased from 89 to 151 in last four years.
Federal Investigation Agency (FIA)’s red book reads that most of the wanted human traffickers belong to Gujrat and Gujranwalla.
Some of them belong to Rawalpindi, Mandi Bahuddin, Sialkot and Azad Jamu and Kashmir (AJK).
The 141 human traffickers have almost eight thousands agents in the country.
As many as 61200 persons have been arrested since 2009 to while they tried to go abroad on Pak-Afghan and Pak-Iran border.
The human trafficking network has sent more than eight thousand persons to Central Asia, African and European countries up to now.
Usually human traffickers use Turbat, Chaman, Gulistan, Noshki, Chaghi, Panjgore, Mandblu, and Taftan routes.
The FIA has issued red warrants for most wanted human traffickers which include from Gujranwala, Niaz Jafri and Malik Ahsan, Khalifa imtiaz, kotla Arab Ali khan, Butter Mazhar and Muhammad Malick, hailing from Gujrat Arshad Mahmood, Chaudhry Ahsan, Ashfaq Ahmed, Sajad Ahmed, Dr Sajid Mahmood and Abdul Haq But belonging to Sialkot,Nusrat butt and Ahmed Mehmood, Malik Faisal Rasool of Rawalpindi, Malik Inayat of Mandi Bahuddin and Amanat Ali from Jhang