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20 Dec 2017

Minor fights back traffickers, gets them arrested

Cops accompany the trafficked girl
Dwaipayan Ghosh | TNN | Dec 19, 2017, KOLKATA: A 16-year-old girl from the Diamond Harbour area returned to a place no victim would ever dare to revisit. The girl went back to the Delhi and Uttar Pradesh brothels where she was trafficked. The girl had burn injuries on her hands and private parts. The girl was kidnapped from outside her school in May.

She was accompanied by her mother, a special team from Bengal CID and Diamond Harbour police and Rishi Kant, an NGO worker from Shakti Vahini.

By the end of the 48-hour drive at Loni in UP and brothel number 58 in Delhi's GB Road, the cops arrested five of the traffickers. They included Vineet, who was first to rape the minor. On Monday, all-five were produced at the Tis Hazari Court, which granted transit remand of all five to West Bengal Police.

According to Rishi and CID sources, the girl - rescued on September 11 this year - was dumped by her traffickers after cops stepped up search and started conducting more raids.

"The police and NGO offered me all help. I could not bear to see my abusers getting away. I agreed after my parents consented. You know, I even slapped two of them when I got my chance. I feel relieved after putting them behind bars," the survivor told TOI.

Sources said the girl clearly remembered every detail of her ordeal since day one in May earlier this year.

The cops and the NGO soon tweeted about the brave girl. "A minor survivor's determination to fight for justice brings her back to Delhi from Bengal to get her perpetrators, who forced her into prostitution, arrested. West Bengal Police have arrested 5 traffickers," said the tweet.

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