New Delhi: DCW (Delhi Commission Women) rescued 39 girls from a hotel in New Delhi Paharganj. The incident come in light when the joint operation, the Varanasi Crime Branch, and the Delhi Police raided a hotel on Tuesday night were women’s were kept from past few days and soon going to be trafficked to Gulf countries. According to the report, the girls were trafficked from Nepal on the pretext offered jobs. This is not the first time girls were saved from trafficking. DCW busts 2 sex trafficking gangs in a week.
According to DCW Chief Swati Maliwal “They were kept in the hotel on the pretext of jobs offers while they were being trafficked to the Gulf Countries. Some girls have already been sent to Sri Lanka and We are not able to contact them.”The chief of DCW also requested Home minister Rajnath Singh to take this issue seriously and the meeting happened in the presence of Delhi Governor and the Commissioner of Police. She also said “ He should also instruct the Delhi police to stop all rackets of Human Trafficking.
Government Authorities and Police need to focus on such incident to stop as trafficking of child and women is serious concern prevalent in India. As per the report, there are more than thousands of children and women were victims of human trafficking.
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