Kathmandu, November 19
Seven Nepalis including four minor girls and three women who were trafficked to a brothel in Assam state of India have been rescued recently. Local police rescued the victims after getting a request from a Nepali NGO, Shakti Samuha.
After receiving information that some Nepali women including adolescents were employed in the brothel in Silchar, the NGO had sent a seven-member mission to the city. All of the victims who were rescued by police on Monday evening are below 20, according to the NGO’s legal project coordinator Dilip Koirala.
The rescued will be presented before the local court today and will be taken to Nepal after completing the legal procedures, Koirala informs. The Nepali Embassy in New Delhi has also been informed about the rescue.
Published on November 19th, Tuesday, 2019 1:00 PM
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