Friday, April 7, 2017
Neemuch: A 17-year-old girl, who was lured into marriage and then sold in Punjab for Rs 70,000 has been rescued by Neemuch police of Madhya Pradesh.
Police have arrested the buyer and mother-daughter duo involved in the human trafficking racket. They have also rescued a woman and her daughter from Uttar Pradesh on the basis of information offered by them.
Radhika (name changed), a native of Pipliya in Neemuch, had gone missing last December, ASP Rajesh Kumar Sagar said. Baghna police probing the disappearance stumbled upon vital links in the case that led to Punjab where the girl was kept.
Not only the girl was recovered but the man Amitabh Agrawal who bought her was also netted by police from Amritsar.
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Prashant Dubey, a social activist, who is fighting against child trafficking, says agents in the city receive demands from Rajasthan for brides after which they lure the family of the girl and sell them.
Surprisingly, it is happening in a state, which has 24 anti-human trafficking units with an annual budget of more than Rs 7 lakh per unit. But still 24 children go missing from MP every day. The number of missing girls is double the number of boys, going State Crime Record Bureau (SCRB) statistics.
In last 10 years, more than 80,000 children went missing in the state. Of these, 82% children were traced. But, 18% are still missing. Traffickers are largely targeting tribal-dominated districts in the state for human trafficking. Tribal districts have maximum number of cases of girls trafficking.
Bharti Sharma, former chairperson of CWC, says, "In every six months, more than 50 children in an age group of 9-12 from Madhya Pradesh are rescued from Delhi. These children are sold by traffickers to agents in Delhi, who send them as domestic help or labourers in small scale industries."
"These children are exploited to the core. They are made to work 16-18 hours every day. They are not given food and beaten up every day. Sometimes, they are sexually assaulted. They are not paid for work," Sharma said
Friday, February 24, 2017
A minor girl from Rajasthan's Alwar district was rescued by local villagers after her father had sold her off for Rs. 7 lakh to unknown persons in Haryana.
Alwar (Rajasthan) [India], A minor girl from Rajasthan’s Alwar district was rescued by local villagers after her father had sold her off for Rs. 7 lakh to unknown persons in Haryana.
“The minor girl has filed a complaint against her father and three other persons. The four have been detained and an inquiry has been initiated,” said Chetram Dagur, SHO, Laxmangarh
The girl was rescued when she began screaming for help while she was being forced into a car. The 14-year-old girl has alleged that along with her father, her mother was also a part of the conspiracy. Police have registered an FIR against all four accused under sections 363 and 120B.
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Mathura, Jul 5 (PTI) Two minor Dalit girls who were allegedly kidnapped by two youths from Ambedkar Nagar district nearly a month ago were today rescued from a guest house here, police said."Both the girls were recovered from Nagla Chandra Bhan- based guest house under Farah Police Station along with Prince, a youth," ASP Anupam Singh said.According to police, the two girls, aged 16 and 17, were lured and abducted by two youth -- Prince and Ankit -- resident of village Mahamadpur in Ambedkar Nagar district on June 11.Since then the two girls had been living in aforesaid guest house.Since location of both the minor girls was found in Mathura, SSP Ambedkar Nagar had requested his Mathura counterpart Babloo Kumar for nabbing them, the ASP said, adding the girls were rescued by the Highway Police.The police of Ambedkar Nagar is likely to reach here tonight."Both the girls and the youth, Prince, would be handed over to Ambedkar Nagar Police," the Singh said.Meanwhile, according to police of Ibrahimpur police station, both the accused youth have been booked under POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences) and SC/ST Acts, as both the girls are Dalit.According to police of Ibrahimpur police station hunt for Ankit is on.
In yet another case of human trafficking in Chhattisgarh, a 19-year-old tribal girl who was sold off for Rs 30,000 in Uttar Pradesh was rescued by Bastar police following arrest of the woman agent who took her to Mathura luring the girl for an exertion with the help of another woman.The girl had walked out of her home after having a heated argument with the family and finding her alone at the roadside hotel, the woman agent trapped her.
The accused woman identified as Kalpana Mandal, 36, had sold off the girl hailing from Kondagaon district for marriage with an elderly man at Hathras district in Uttar Pradesh.
Kondagaon SP Santosh Singh told TOI that the girl was rescued and her condition was fine and hasn't complained of any sort of assault.Singh said that girl's parents had lodged a missing complaint on June 20 at village Kerawahi, suspecting trafficking in the case Kondagaon police constituted a team to trace the missing girl when they found her location at UP.Taking along the parents to identify the girl, the police team travelled to UP at a village called Kaji and rescued her safely on June 28 and brought back to Chhattisgarh on Sunday.The girl in her statement said that after having an argument in the family she absconded form home and was standing at highway near Kanker when the woman Kalpana approached her in a Bolero vehicle, Singh said.She spoke to the girl with sympathy and took her to Odsiha where she met another woman called Tina. They both brought her to Jagdalpur and stayed for two days when the girl expressed need to return home but in stead the women lured her for exertion to see temples at Mathura and took her to UP via train from Raipur.After selling her off to a man and collecting Rs 30,000, the duo returned.The tribal girl informed police about Kalpana and her address after which she was arrested and confessed to the crime while Tina is still at large. She was arrested under Section of 366, 368, 370 and 34 of the IPC.Meanwhile, it is suspected that Kalpana had been acting as conduit for traffickers at other states and might have sent many girls for slavery, marriage and prostitution. Police said that she was being interrogated for further leads.
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In an Another case A minor girl and her brother suspected to have been trafficked from Odisha's Sundergarh district were rescued in Karnal district of Haryana. the girl was taken from Sundergarh here by a middleman and then sold her as bride.
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|Suman of Gatta Dhar village in Sangrah tehsil of Sirmaur. A Tribune photo|
Why Sirmaur brides in demand
- The skewed sex ratio in Haryana
- Girls are more inclined towards education
- Educated girls don't find matches and number of inter-state marriages is on the rise
Why girls eye Haryana grooms
- Better living standards in Haryana vis-a-vis tough conditions in Sirmaur
- Prevalence of chunni pratha in plains which means no expenditure in wedding
- Dearth of suitable grooms
Life is easy in Haryana as landholdings are big and farming is mechanised, says a local dhaba owner Jagat in the remote Ronhat village in Shillai.
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She was molested by a vagabond who later kidnapped her at knifepoint and sold her to a woman in north west Delhi. The woman was involved in child trafficking and selling girls to her clients who often look for minor girls for marriage, police said on Saturday.
On Friday, she was rescued by a team from Kotwali police station in north Delhi.
The girl had managed to escape from the custody of the child traffickers and alert police with the help of a passerby. She narrated her ordeal to the man, who then called the police control room.
At the instance of the girl, three persons, including a woman, have been arrested. Currently, police are looking for two of their accomplices.
Additional Commissioner of Police (North) Brijendra Kumar Yadav said the girl was produced before the child welfare committee, where her statement was recorded before being handed over to an NGO for counseling.
In her statement, the girl said that she lived with her parents, both labourers, in outer Delhi’s Rohini. Ten days ago, she fled from the house over being scolded by her parents.
After leaving home, the girl went to Chandni Chowk in central Delhi and started earning her livelihood as a ragpicker. Since she had no place to live, the girl started to sleep on pavements outside Old Delhi railway station.
On Monday night, the girl was sleeping on the pavement when a vagabond, identified as Nasir, attempted to rape her. He fled when the girl raised an alarm. Nasir returned with two accomplices – Punjabi and Raja – on Tuesday night and kidnapped the girl at knifepoint in an auto-rickshaw.
“They took her to Hasina’s house at Wazirpur JJ Colony in north west Delhi. Hasina kept the girl in confinement for two days and took Rs 1,500 as token money from a client who wished to marry the girl,” Yadav added.
Won trust, fled
When the girl realised that she was in trouble, she convinced Hasina that she would marry her client and this helped her win Hasina’s trust. On Friday, she somehow escaped from Hasina’s house and sought help from a passerby who in turn called police.
On the basis of her complaint, a case under Indian Penal Code and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act was filed and police arrested Hasina, Nasir and Raja, while Punjabi and Hasina’s client are still at large.
Further probe into the case revealed that this was the second time that the girl fled from her home. While her parents had filed her missing complaint the first time, they did not even bother to approach police this time.