Nowadays the cases of crime are such that are shocking. In such a case, the matter which has recently surfaced is also similar. In this case, there was a girl who was pushed into prostitution despite not wanting. That girl got the support of a boy who loved her and forgot her past and also married her. Both took home together and now they are about to start a business together.
This is a story that is crime related but inspiring. In this story, an NGO took the girl out of prostitution business and the NGO changed the name of the girl to Sulekha. She always hoped that she would be able to get free and start a new life. In this case, it is being told that 'Sulekha and her family lived in Haldiam where they used to sell puffed rice to stay alive. She was just 15 years old when she was thrown out of the house by her grandmother. She lost her father in her childhood and her mother could not stop the atrocities on her. Speaking about this, Sulekha told an English newspaper, "One day, my grandmother kicked me out of the house and my poor mother could not do anything. I reached the Mechada railway station. I sat at the station and started begging for work. Then two men came to me and said that I have to work in a house, for which I will get both money and food. Hearing this, I believed his words. They gave me something to eat. After that when I opened my eyes the next day, I was in a brothel. There I was brutally beaten by the brothel owner and forced into the sex trade. I tried to escape from there many times but was always caught and brought back."
She was 18 when the brothel was raided and an NGO named International Justice Mission rescued and rehabilitated the girls from the traffickers. Recently, Sulekha told, "Though I was learning to cook better, but in a few days, I fell in love with a young man working in a bag-sewing unit near the town. He encouraged me to work with him. He took care of me and proposed marriage a few days later. I never hid my past from him. I still feel that I am dreaming. He has a dream to save so much money that he can buy a cake making shop for me."