Burmese lady rescued by DSI after 13 years of compelled labour

The Department of Special Investigation rescued a Burmese lady in Bangkok who has been held in compelled labour for 13 years. The rescue was carried out yesterday by the DSI and was revealed today by the Director-General of the DSI.
The 26 yr outdated woman was held in a home on Soi eleven within the Pakamas housing estate, situated in the Suan Luang district of Bangkok and the Labour Protection Network Foundation alerted the DSI of the situation. When rescued, the woman was reportedly frightened and exhausted and instantly asked the DSI officers to remove her from the home.
Under Section 27(4) of Thailand’s Human Trafficking Prevention and Suppression Act of 2008, officers from the DSI were in a place to train their authority to enter the home within the housing estate and escort the lady from the premises. โซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูกคุณภาพดี was entered into a rehabilitation program and was given a full bodily examination in preparation for interviews by authorities in accordance with the anti-human trafficking legal guidelines.
The Burmese girl made an initial assertion where she revealed she couldn’t keep in mind precisely what year she was first delivered to the house, but she had been compelled into doing labour, working in the home for more than 13 years without receiving any fee.
Officials will continue investigating the situation to find a way to put together authorized motion in opposition to the people who held the lady from the time she was a young teenager. No details got about whoever it was that held the girl captive for thirteen years..

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