The tea pickers sold into slavery

One day Somila was living on an Assam plantation. The next, she had been sold into slavery hundreds of miles from home.

Somila was 16 when the traffickers lured her from the poverty of her home on the tea plantation in Assam with promises of a better life. Now she is a slave, trapped and terrified, lost in a city of 16 million people.

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