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Sick girl escapes from prostitution racket
A 15-year girl, oppressed by poverty, was lured for a job in Delhi. The innocent victim was forced into prostitution, as she was seriously ill she was of little use to them. This helped her escape the life of shame. Investigations are on.
FOUR PERSONS, including a woman, of Missionpara allegedly involved in the trafficking of a 15-year old girl. They lured her for a job in Delhi, instead forced her into prostitution. The victim, however, returned home, after she fell ill.
According to the additional superintendent of police (ASP) Imran Wahab, the father of the victim (student of class seven) lodged a complaint with the Kumerganj police station.
He said that Bablu Roy, his wife Sandhya Roy of Kumerganj village, who used to visit their place everyday, Buclia Molla and Rajendra Ghosh of Voor village, came to his house, at 4.30pm, on July 28. They sweet talked and lured his daughter, assuring her a good job in Delhi. The innocent girl, thinking of her father’s poverty, willfully went with them.
Wahab also said that there is a mention of a brother of Buclia Molla in the complaint, who went alongwith the victim in the same train to Delhi and a missing diary was lodged that day by the victim’s father.
But when the girl was seriously ill, after being forced to join a prostitution ring in Delhi, she was brought back by Molla and Ghosh, to Missionpara, two days back.
The ASP said that the victim has been admitted in a city hospital and a case had been filed against the accused. Nobody has been arrested so far, though the case was filed and investigation is on, he added.
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