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Report No. 64

3.10. Profession of call-girls.-

We should note, however, that the Committee1 expressed its concern over the increasing problem of "call-girls and clandestine forms of prostitution". The Committee stressed that it is "only through an integrated programme of public education and community organisation that the moral and social health of the people in general could be ensured". In this connection, the role of the voluntary organisations in creating the necessary social climate for tackling the intricate problem of human degeneration was also emphasised. The relevant paragraph of the Report, however, ends with the following recommendations-

1. Report of the Committee on Amendments to the Suppression of Immoral Traffic in Women and Girls Act, para. 6.7, and recommendation No. 19.

Recommendation No. 19

"The terms 'prostitute' and 'prostitution' should be made comprehensive so as to cover all forms of clandestine prostitution including call-girls."

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