Unrest in West Bengal fuels human trafficking in Capital

  • | Friday | 30th June, 2017

The girl told police that she had been threatened by the man not to disclose her ordeal to any stranger. The indefinite shutdown called by the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) in the northern West Bengal has started to fuel the flesh trade in the state. Keeping in mind the financial condition of her family and the ongoing unrest in her city, she agreed. Last week, Delhi Police rescued a 14-year-old girl, student from a reputed school in Darjeeling who was enticed through money by a man through a social networking site to work for him. Local police received tip odd that the girl had travelled to Delhi after which a raid was conducted at the suspected hideout and the minor was rescued."

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