against Exploitation, given in Articles 23 and 24 of Indian Constitution saves
people from any type of exploitation. The Constitution prohibits 'traffic in human
beings'. Traffic means selling and buying of human beings, usually women for
The Constitution prohibits bonded labour, begar or forced labour. 'Begar'
is a practice where the worker is forced to render service to the master free
of charge or at a nominal remuneration.
When this practice takes place on a life-long basis, it becomes
'bonded labour'. The Constitution also prohibits child labour. No one can
employ a child below the age of 14 to work in any factory or mine or any other
hazardous work, such as railways and ports.
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