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DELHI POLICE BUSTED GANG LURES INNOCENT GIRLS TO PUSH THEM INTO IMMORAL TRAFFICKING, REWARDEE WOMAN ARRESTED

March 02, 2017 07:50 PM

New Delhi (Face2News)

Crime Branch has apprehended a lady member of a notorious gang of human traffickers, for whose arrest a reward of Rs.50,000/- was declared by Delhi Police, from Manali, Himachal Pradesh. She was wanted in the case FIR No.138/16, u/s 370(1)/120B/34IPC & section 3/5 ITP Act, PS Crime Branch, Delhi. The accused is a resident of Meghalaya, who used to lure innocent girls from the rural areas of North Eastern states i.e. Meghalaya, Tripura, Assam, Manipur, Mizoram, etc. on the pretext of arranging good jobs with handsome salary in Delhi. They targeted the girls,who were living separately from their parents and were in need of sustaining themselves.

Mr. Ravinder Yadav, IPS, JCP, said on 25th of July, 2016, a girl (name not disclosed), a resident of rural area of Meghalaya, was brought to Guwahati from her village by one Ms. Radhika Marak @ Chesama on the pretext of arranging a job for her with handsome salary in Guwahati. The victim was handed over by Radhika to another lady Ms Kevi Manda for Rs.10,000/- in Guwahati with the assurance to the victim that Ms Kevi had very good relations with big beauty parlors and would very soon get her a job with handsome salary. Ms Kevi Manda kept her for 4-5 days in a rented flat in the area of Piling katta, Guwahati.

Ms. Keballina M. Sangma @ Ms. Kevi Mandais mother of two and dropped out of school after 10th standard. Sheworked in a beauty parlor in William Nagar and came in contact with one Taniyathrough her friend Tyana Sangma in Guwahati. Taniya got her introduced to Biru, Dhanraj and Nikhil, the Nepalese living in Delhi and indulged in human trafficking for sexual exploitation. She used to lure the innocent girls from the rural areas of North Eastern states on the pretext of arranging them jobs with handsome salary in Delhi and then handover them to her associate in the chain for immoral trafficking purpose. When she came to know that police was searching for her in Delhi and Meghalaya, she shifted her base to Manali, Himachal Pradesh with the help of Taniya, where she used to live in a rented house for Rs.2,500/- with a friend, who too is in the same trade in Manali. 

 

Thereafter, she brought her to Delhi on the pretext that Delhi is a good market of beauty parlors and it is very easy to earn Rs. 25–30 thousands per month here. The victim was kept in a flat in the congested area of Kotla Mubarakpur, South Delhi and handed her over to a man called Nikhil, who forced her to indulge in the trade of immoral trafficking for sexual exploitation. He also forced the victim to wear short clothes and also took her photographs on mobile phone, which were sent to some other person through mobile phone. On her refusal to indulge in prostitution, she was beaten and threatened. However, the victim applied her mind and slipped away from their clutches. She reported the matter to AHTU, Crime Branch with the help of an NGO on 06.08.2016 and a case vide FIR No.138/16, u/s 370(1)/34 IPC r/w section 3/5 Immoral Trafficking Prevention Act, PS Crime Branch,Delhi was registered.

Mr. Yadav, furrther said, investigation of the case was carried out by working hard continuously and meticulously to nab the accused persons. The flat where the victim was kept was traced in Delhi but the accused persons had become suspicious after the victim’s escape and fled away from the flat. A number of raids were conducted to trace them in Delhi but in vain. The addresses given by the accused persons on tenant verification form and in documents submitted for subscription of mobile numbers were found to be fake.

Mr. Yadav further sasid, with the help of internet and thorough analysis of available information, one of the traffickers Radhika Marak @ Chesama w/o Kuldeep Boro @ Aryan r/o, PS Dispur, Distt. Kamrup, Guwahati, Assam was traced and apprehended from her house in Guwahati on 15.08.2016, who is running in judicial custody since then. During investigation, it was revealed that a gang is being operated by some Nepali goons, who are running prostitution rackets in the areas of South Delhi & Gurugram.

Further information was developed and available material was analyzed. On getting specific information about location of the main accused Ms. Kevi Manda, a team was sent to Guwahati, Assam, whochased her in Assam and Meghalaya but she became suspicious and went underground and could not be traced.

On receiving a specific information about the presence ofthe wanted accused Kevi Mand in Manali, Distt. Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, a team consisting of Inspector Ram Niwash, SI Sumit Malik, ASIs Kallu Singh, Sanjay Tyagi, HCs Brijesh Tiwari, Sushil Kumar, Rakesh Kumar, Cts Pradeep Kumar, Manoj, Deepak, Dharmendra and W/Ct. Janita was constituted under the direct supervision of ACP Sandeep Lamba and close supervision of DCP Rajesh Deo and under overall guidance of Addl.CP K.K. Vyas proceeded to Manali, Himachal Pradesh. After sustained efforts for almost 2 days, the wanted accused Ms. Kevi Manda @ Keballina M.Sangma was arrested on 21.02.2017 from the Hadimba Devi Temple area of Manali,Himachal Pradesh. 

Police said, Ms. Keballina M. Sangma @ Ms. Kevi Mandais mother of two and dropped out of school after 10th standard. Sheworked in a beauty parlor in William Nagar and came in contact with one Taniyathrough her friend Tyana Sangma in Guwahati. Taniya got her introduced to Biru,Dhanraj and Nikhil, the Nepalese living in Delhi and indulged in human trafficking for sexual exploitation. She used to lure the innocent girls from the rural areas of North Eastern states on the pretext of arranging them jobs with handsome salary in Delhi and then handover them to her associate in the chain for immoral trafficking purpose. When she came to know that police was searching for her in Delhi and Meghalaya, she shifted her base to Manali, Himachal Pradesh with the help of Taniya, where she used to live in a rented house for Rs.2,500/- with a friend, who too is in the same trade in Manali. 

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