“Entire Hotel Had Trafficked Nepali Girls”: Cops Bust Racket In Delhi

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“In Delhi, there are no less than 39 Nepali young ladies today, who were safeguarded from a lodging in Paharganj with the assistance of a joint group of the Delhi Commission For Women (DCW) and the city police of Delhi in the early hours,” the Women’s board said.

Swati Maliwal, the director from Woman’s Panel took the issue to the twitter and give every one of the insights about the task with a specific end goal to safeguarded those 39 Nepali young ladies. She additionally twitted that, “The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) got a tip and protected those 39 Nepali young ladies from Hotel Hriday Inn, Paharganj.

Delhi Police gave the help and in this manner, Raid endured the whole night. In any case, the whole inn had every one of those 39 trafficked Nepali young ladies, who were being sent to Gulf nations yet the arrangement was not fruitful and enormous trafficking racket busted!” She additionally advised to journalists that “A few young ladies have just been sent to Sri Lanka and we’re not ready to get in touch with them,”


The DCW boss likewise asked for Home Minister Rajnath Singh to take the perception of this and seat a gathering within the sight of Delhi Lieutenant Governor and the Commissioner of Police. “He ought to likewise offer directions to the Delhi police to stop all rackets of human trafficking” she included.

Prior, With the assistance of City Police, the Delhi Commission For Women had safeguarded 16 Nepali Women who were forcefully being sent to Gulf nations from southwest Delhi’s Munirka territory on July 25.

Subsequently, those 39 Nepali young ladies safeguarded case was the third such activity since July 25. The Delhi and Varanasi Police had additionally protected 18 Women out of which 16 from Nepal, from the grip of a universal prostitution racket in Vasant Vihar on July 30.



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