Rachakonda police arrested interstate human trafficking gang

Praveen Samuel

Rachakonda: Human trafficking is one of the most common crimes in the world.  Rachakonda police have arrested a number of interstate and overseas gangs and saved many victims over the past four years.  Two interstate smugglers along with two customers were arrested and the two of the victims were rescued.

According to police, accused, Mithilesh Sharma and Rajneesh Rajan (24), a Bihar man, have been operating a secret prostitution house in the registration colony of Yapral for some time.  Both of them had contacts with unemployed youth from other states and were smuggling them out of Hyderabad.  Unemployed young women were forced into fornication.  Meanwhile, Mithilesh phoned the prostitution bases in Mumbai and imported beautiful girls to Hyderabad and ran prostitution houses.  Mithilesh summoned two girls from the town of Nalasopala in Maharashtra for a deal to come to them and placed them in a rented house in the registration colony.  He later told his partner, Rajneesh, to secretly contact customers and run the brothel.  Kamblay Sukhesh, a resident of Suchitra, has been approached to make arrangements for their lunch and arrival customers.

On the 7th of this month, as usual, Mithilesh Sai Kiran (29) and Sai Raju (27) dealt with two men and sent them to the brothel.  At about the same time, SOT Malkajgiri and Jawahar Nagar police raided and apprehended them.  The police then carried out further investigation

The main accused, Mithilesh Sharma, said he was in Pari and was trying to catch him.  According to police, Mithilesh was known to have been involved in similar activities in different parts of the Rajaconda area for some years, so he rented a house and rescued the girls from different states.  Fornication houses were seized for rent for non-violent activities.  Rachakonda Commissioner Mr.Mahesh Bhagwat IPS have filed a case under the PD Act against the accused.  The homeowner has been warned to take the full details of the persons before giving the house for lease.

Our Citizen Reporter

B. Bharath Reddy

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