Kathmandu, November 25
Two Nepali women, who were being sold to a brothel in New Delhi of India, have been rescued.
Maiti Nepal’s office in India rescued the women, one each from Kavre and Jhapa districts, allegedly trafficked with assurances of a high-paying job.
Maiti Nepal’s India branch office trustee Sita Adhikari says the two women were rescued with the help of the Nepali Embassy in New Delhi, the New Delhi Police and a social worker named Bal Krishna Pandey. The two women were taken to India via Kathmandu and Birgunj.
Adhikari says the rescued women are being sent to Nepal today.
Published on November 25th, Monday, 2019 1:56 PM
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