Parasi, February 21
Two women, who were taken captive in India for the past six months, have been rescued on Thursday night.
A police team deployed from Border Police Post, Maheshpur of Nawalparasi, rescued them from Kamtabazaar of Maharajganj district in India, with the support of Maiti Nepal and Indian Police.
The rescued women are sisters of the same family of Bardaghat in Nawalparasi. Police rescued them after their mother filed a complaint asking police to rescue her daughters.
DSP Birendra Thapa at the District Police Office says that further investigation into the case is underway. He adds, “A search for the involved in the incident is on.”
The mother of the women says that a woman had taken them with herself in India, alluring them of providing good jobs in a shop but had given physical, mental and financial torture later.
Published on February 21st, Friday, 2020 12:52 PM
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