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"A person can get lost and then simply disappear." Trafficked young girls are being "broken into prostitution" - and hidden from the law - behind a maze of passages and secret cells in crumbling brothels across New Delhi and other major cities, campaigners say.Of an estimated 20 million commercial prostitutes in India, 16 million women and girls are victims of sex trafficking, according to campaigners."The brothels in Agra had bunkers, just like the ones found along international borders," he said. Ball said the traffickers take girls from West Bengal to Delhi safe houses, then sell them on to brothels in other towns.The arrest of a couple from Delhi in November dismantled one of the region's biggest trafficking networks and gave "a rare insight into how bunkers and tunnels are used to hide young girls when police raids happen", he said.Thousands of children, largely from poor families, are lured or abducted by traffickers every year, and sold on to pimps and brothels who force them into sexual slavery.
But reports of young girls being sold for sex and hidden in labyrinths are rising, campaigners say.Many trafficked young girls end up on the congested streets of New Delhi's largest red light district, known as GB Road.Dimly lit staircases, next to ground floor hardware stores, lead up to hundreds of multi-storied brothels.They are led to small, windowless rooms and the doors are closed."Nothing in this place has changed since I was brought here 20 years ago," a sex worker said as she applied make-up and got ready for clients. The maze of rooms, the way deals are struck and the plight of the women stuck here is frozen in time." More and more survivor testimonies are providing evidence about brothel layouts and the extent of exploitation in them, spurring many agencies to push for their closure.
The barely-lit passageway meanders along, intersected by many other dank corridors, and arrives at a trap door, which swings open to reveal another secret space, rarely seen by clients or outsiders.