A year-old senior official of a private company has been booked for allegedly molesting a woman colleague, a police official said Thursday. Offbeat Amrita Kohli Friday August 21, The Humans of Bombay Facebook page has shared yet another heartening story of a young woman who shows us what it's like to fight seemingly unbeatable odds, survive and ultimately win. A group of 13 girls from Mumbai's largest red-light area, Kamathipura, will undertake a five city tour to the US beginning May 12 to perform a play, titled Lal Batti. Mumbai News mid-day.
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Mumbai: The coronavirus pandemic has severely impacted several businesses across the world with the owners bearing the brunt of losses. The people have confined themselves indoor and they are also avoiding visits to public places and gatherings amid the spread of COVID infection. Many sex workers in the area have decided to discontinue their profession and have left the area for a temporary period until the situation improves. Moreover, the area has witnessed a dramatic decline in client traffic. The clients fear that they might contract the viral infection from the sex workers who are exposed to several unknown people because of their profession. The coronavirus crisis has hit the prostitution business hard in Mumbai with most of them are struggling to make ends meet. Because of the fall in the number of customers, the sex workers are unable to make enough money to pay for food, rent and other necessary expenses.
COVID-19 petrifies sex workers in Mumbai’s red-light area Kamathipura, many bid adieu to profession
New Delhi: The narrow lanes and streets of the infamous red light area of Mumbai, which otherwise used to be flooded with people during evening and night hours, now remain deserted. While the unlocking in phases has started to bring life back to normalcy for others, it is not the case for sex workers. In-person sex work is intimate by its very nature, and workers are at a heightened risk of contracting the virus if they keep working. But without work, sex workers struggle to survive. Thousands of sex workers in Mumbai, worst hit by the pandemic, are struggling for their daily livelihood.
The sex workers here facing difficulties in meeting day-to-day needs of themselves and their families due to the lockdown. People suspected to be COVID positive, being taken to a hospital during a nationwide lockdown in the wake of coronavirus outbreak, in Mumbai, Saturday, April 4, Photo PTI. MUMBAI: The nationwide lockdown imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus has made life difficult for sex workers in Kamathipura, a red-light area, in Mumbai.