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My husband was employed far from the village so that he can not run away." (Survey respondent, 2016)In other cases, it appeared that bonded labour reflected debt lending practices and continuation of a feudal mindset:"There are many people in the village who were working with me as a bonded labor.

I was physically and sexually assaulted when I was working in the field. I was also threatened that I had to leave the village." (Survey respondent, 2016)"It's very common in this village that we have to work for repay the amount, our family borrowed. My motto was just repay the amount as soon as I could.

Domestic workers can be subject to threats of and actual physical violence and in, some cases, sexual abuse."You are well aware that if a young lady works as a domestic servant she is always a soft target of being easily molested. I have not paid a single amount and in the name of debt I was made a victim of the sexual violence." (Survey respondent, 2016)Street begging by adults and children is a prominent feature of many Indian cities. I am not paid my wages only working as a bonded labor." (Survey respondent, 2016)"I was forced to do begging and still begging with the others...

Can you imagine that I kept in a locked room for the whole day when I refused to work under pressure?

While laws, systems and attitudes regarding key 'fault lines' such as the caste system, gender and feudalism are rapidly changing, social change of this depth and scale necessarily takes time.

In this context, it is perhaps unsurprising that existing research suggests that all forms of modern slavery continue to exist in India, including intergenerational bonded labour, forced child labour, commercial sexual exploitation, forced begging, forced recruitment into nonstate armed groups and forced marriage.

It is because they had always threatened me and my family for physical violence and tortured." (Survey respondent, 2016).

Existing National Crime Records Bureau data indicate there were almost 5,500 cases across India under existing human trafficking laws in 2014.