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At what level does the state government appoint a nodal officer under the 'Human Trafficking (Prevention, Protection, and Rehabilitation) Bill'?
1. District level
2. National level
3. State level
4. Central level

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Correct Answer - Option 3 : State level

The correct answer is State level.

  • At the state level, the state government will appoint a nodal office to:
    1. combat trafficking in the state,
    2. monitor functioning of district anti-trafficking officers, 
    3. coordinate and monitor the inter-state and trans-border transfer of victims, witnesses, evidence, and offenders
  • The District Police Nodal Office will report to the State nodal officer.  

  • At the National level, the central government will constitute a National Anti-Trafficking Bureau, which may take over the investigation of cases referred to it by two or more states.
  • At the District level, the state government will appoint anti-trafficking police officers and constitute Anti-Trafficking Units for one or more districts to rescue persons and investigate offenses. 

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