Chandni (name changed) was trafficked from #WestBengal in 2014, brought to #Delhi and sexually assaulted by different men for months. After being treated in a #DelhiHospital, she has returned to her home and now campaigns to prevent young girls from falling into the trap of traffickers. She said "I am still on medication and have to visit hospital once in a month. That incident changed my life and I am scared of going out of my house. But I don’t want any other girl to meet the same fate. For that I help police educate young students, I have been taken to #Rishikesh, #Haridwar#Manali, #Mangalore and many other locations and kept at someone’s place where people used to come and rape me. This happened for over six months and traffickers used to beat me up on refusal. I caught fever and my health started deteriorating. Then the trafficker dropped me in the hospital and left, After the state government, the ministry of home sanctioned Rs 5 lakh for me, which will help in getting the right treatment", She now lives at her home in south 24 #Pargana#District.