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Khan decided the first thing the case needed was attention, and she contacted a local television station. The response from an outraged nation was immediate.The high court asked authorities to launch an inquiry.But enforcement is lax and for now, the ring masters in this cruel circus remain above the law.
Because what followed was even worse -- an act that authorities dubbed "pure evil." "This little child who has his whole future ahead of him, they all but killed him," says Mohammed Sohail, a commander with Bangladesh's elite anti-crime unit, the Rapid Action Battalion. Dead." The attackers left Okkhoy by the side of a warehouse, intending to come back later and dump him in the river.With every ounce of energy she could muster, the hysterical mother carried Okkhoy's limp body to the side of the main road. A despicable practice For most Westerners, the issue of forced begging was thrust into the spotlight in the 2008 Oscar-winning movie "Slumdog Millionaire," in which a child in Mumbai, India, is intentionally blinded so he could bring in more money in alms.But the existence and prevalence of "beggar mafias" is an open secret in South Asian countries. So, the gangs kidnap and cripple children -- knowing sympathetic passersby are more likely to be touched by, and give to, a limbless child. State Department, in its 2012 Trafficking in Persons report, cited forced begging as one of the areas where Bangladesh needs to develop a comprehensive approach of prevention and prosecution.They held him down and took a switchblade to his throat.They sliced his chest and belly in an upside down cross.