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Should Prostitution be Legal in India? Delhi Responds.
The Immoral Traffic (Suppression) Act (SITA) states
Prostitutes can practise their trade privately but
cannot legally solicit or 'seduce' customers in public.
A number of related activities, including soliciting in a public place, kerb crawling, owning or managing a brothel, pimping and
pandering, are crimes.
The Supreme court of India asked the government to consider legalizing prostitution if it was unable to curb it.
YTV decided to ask people what they thought about it. This is how they reacted...
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