Pregnant woman rescued by Delhi Police in trafficking raids

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New Delhi: A Delhi Commission for Women said alert Delhi Police conducted raids and rescued six women from a gang involved in human trafficking. Last night the raids were conducted after two women employee of a Nihal Vihar-located placement agency approached the Delhi Commission for Women, alleging that a husband-wife duo were running the racket. The couple would ask the women they had kept in illegal confinement to “produce children for them to sell”, a DCW official said. A 30-year-old woman from Jharkhand told a complainant told DCW officials that she was brought to Delhi by a man from her village on the pretext of job. The man seized her mobile phone and Aadhaar card and after a few days, dropped her at Arti Placement Agency and the woman was beaten up by the couple and an agent allegedly raped her for two days, he said. Another complainant hailing from west Bengal a 40-year-old complainant told DCW officials that a woman from her native place brought her to Delhi for a better living. The woman then abandoned the complainant at the placement agency. “Again two women approached the Commission and said that a few days back, the couple while rushing a pregnant woman to a hospital forgot to bolt the door of their room. Taking advantage of the situation, they managed to flee” added the DCW official. Delhi Police raided the place last night and six women including a pregnant woman and another woman with a child were rescued, the DCW official said. Police said they arrested the woman owner of the agency on charges of illegal detention.  ]]>

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