MP, 1 March 2017: The jawans of the Sashastra Seema Baal (SSB) captured a trafficker on Wednesday while he was trying to traffic two girls. The accused was handed over to the local police.
Police said, Bhupinder Kumar, the accused person, brought those girls from Delhi. Those girls were supposed to be trafficked to Kenya.
Police later learnt that those girls were Nepalese. They were promised to give jobs at dance bars. They were also given money for the same.
Later, the accused person was interrogated by the police. The investigators found that Ankur Tiwari, a Kenyan resident was connected with the case. Those girls were supposed to be sent to Tiwari by Bhupinder Kumar.
It will be recalled that four minor girls who were missing from South 24 Parganas' Jibantala area were rescued later. Those girls were allegedly forced to marry twice in a span of three months by a gang of traffickers whose two members have been arrested, police informed.
It will also be recalled that an anti-human trafficking team of Kolkata Police rescued a 17-year-old girl from the red light area of the city last year. The girl was brought from East Midnapore's Nandakumar by her sister-in-law. But she was put up for sale at the red light area, as her sister-in-law took money and fled from there. The helpless girl then managed to call her home and described the whole incident. The family members of the girl came to cops with her photograph. The police team reached the spot and rescued the girl from the pimps.
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