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The governor also said parents and teachers need to be more vigilant to ensure that girls don't fall prey to "such ills".
"Online promotion of sex trade is a complex social issue which requires response from all the stake-holders such as law enforcement agencies, social welfare department, women commission, parents, teachers, voluntary organisations and members of the society," Sinha said while addressing a special meeting on this issue at Raj Bhavan which was attended by various agencies.
"Apart from that, vigilance by parents, teachers and members of the society and creation of awareness are vital so that the girls don't fall prey to such ills," said Sinha.
He said police are taking action in coordination with authorities concerned in various states and at the Centre.
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