16 Nepali girls rescued from traffickers in India

The rescued Nepali girls being escorted by Delhi Police and DCW (Image: Twitter)

The Delhi Commission for Women rescued 16 Nepali women from the hands of human traffickers last night. They were rescued from Delhi’s Munirka area after DCW informed Delhi Police about the trafficking ring. DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal claimed the racket had been functional for the last eight months.

It is being said the Nepali women were brought into Delhi to be further trafficked to other gulf countries such as Iraq, Kuwait, etc. They were lured with the promises of a job and a few of their friends had already been sent a few days ago.

The DCW also informed the perpetrators had been running the trafficking ring from the same place since the past 8 months.

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