News Bulletin -November 14, 2018

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                                                                                                                                                                                                   Date : November 13, 2018      

 

15-year old trafficking survivor from Jharkhand dies after months of suffering

According to a report led by the Faridabad Child Welfare Committee (CWC) the girl had developed severe infections after being gang-raped multiple times. She had developed infection on her back and throat as she stabbed and regularly beaten up. The girl was also suffering from bone tuberculosis. After fighting multiple diseases and wounds for months, a 15-year-old trafficking survivor, who was...

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7 more women rescued

A day after 28 women from Nepal were rescued from two flats in Indirapuram, the Ghaziabad police on Tuesday claimed to have rescued seven more women from a flat here. The women rescued on Monday were allegedly held captive for a month. Seventeen passports, several with visa permits, were seized during Tuesday’s raid. The police said the women had been promised housekeeping jobs in the Gulf, with extra incentive if they entered the flesh trade. The police had arrested Kedarnath and two of his accomplices on Monday.“Sustained investigation revealed that three men, all from Nepal,ran the trafficking network,†the officer said, adding that the men have ...

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Workshops against child sexual abuse

An NGO, HELP will organise meetings in Ananthapur, Guntur and Eluru on October 29, 31 and November 2,respectively on commercial sexual exploitation of children in Andhra Pradesh. Officials of the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR), District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Anti-Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU), District Child Protection Unit (DCPU), Child Welfare Committee (CWC), NGOs and Police, will participate...

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3 held fortrafficking 24 year old woman

She was sent to Bahrain for job, forced into esh trade The Anti Extortion Cell of the Mumbai Police Crime Branch has arrested three men who allegedly sent a 24-year-old woman to the Middle East with the promise of a well-paying job, forced herinto prostitution instead and held her hostage till herfamily paid the ransom. According to Crime Branch officers, the accused have been identified as Mohammed Kamal Sheikh (53), Tinku Raj (36) and Fareed-ul-Haq Shah (55). The woman, a native of Rajasthan, was looking for a job. She was put in touch with Mr. Sheikh, who...

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19 year old held for running prostitution racket in Kalwa

Mumbai A 19-year-old girl has been arrested for allegedly running a prostitution racket in Kalwa. The Thane police have also arrested a 60-year-old woman in whose house the operation was allegedly being run, and rescued two girls The anti-human trafficking cell (AHTC)received a tip-off that a girl named Priya was providing girls for prostitution in exchange for ?3,000. A raid was conducted on Wednesday night by the AHTC and the Kalwa police, and the accused, identified as Priya Jadhav (19), was arrested. Her questioning revealed that she would send her clients, along with the girls, to the house of an accomplice named Rekha Arora (60), who was also taken...

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Child trafficking Police rescue baby girl book parents

DHARAMSHALA A suspected case of child trafficking has come to light at Dr Rajendra Prasad Government Medical College at Tanda in Kangra district. A four-month-old girl was recovered from the custody of unmarried brother and sister, who are also unemployed. No legal process was followed for adoption, police said.

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Indian-origin couple arrested in UK on suspicion of keeping slave in their shed

LONDON An Indian-origin couple from southern England have been arrested on modern-day slavery charges after they were accused of keeping a Polish builder in their garden shed for four years. Palvinder and Pritpal Binning, both in their mid-50s, were arrested by the UKs gangmasters and labour abuse authority (GLAA) earlier this week after a raid on their home in Chilworth, near Southampton on southern coast of England. GLAA officers said they acted after a frail Polish man told staff at a walk-in healthcare centre in Southampton that he had been forced to work in exchange for food. The Binnings have since been released under investigation, pending further enquiries. GLAA, the workers watchdog, said its officers also searched the property and seized evidence which may prove critical to the investigation. Following the two arrests we made, our investigation is ongoing as we examine and assess the...

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