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GIRL MISSING FROM SANSKAR ASHRAM RECOVERED FROM SONAGACHHI KOLKATA

May 11, 2019 08:04 PM

New Delhi (Face2News)

After launching a massive manhunt, the Anti Human Trafficking Unit, Crime Branch,Sector 16 Rohini, Delhi has recovered one girl who was missing along with 8 other female inmates from Sanskar Ashram, Dilshad Garden, New Delhi since 2ndDecember, 2018. Mr. Rajivranjan, IPS, Addl Commissioner of Police, Crime (Hq), Delhi, said investigation of case FIR No. 388/2018 dt. 2.12.18 u/s 363 IPC P.S. GTB Enclave was taken up by Crime Branch after an order by the Hon’ble Delhi High Court. Nine girls between the age of 17 to 22 years had run away from Sanskar Ashram, Dilshad Garden during the night of 1st and2nd December, 2018.

SHE HAD RUN AWAY WITH 8 OTHER NEPALESE  GIRLS IN DECEMBER,2018, WAS RESCUED FROM A BROTHEL 

The Superintendent of Sanskar Ashram for Girls, Department of Women and Child Development, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Dilshad Garden, New Delhi stated that eight out of these nine girls were originally from Nepal, while the ninth girl was from Bhagalpur, Bihar. These girls had been rescued from a brothel in G.B. Road.

Police said, on 25.11.17, thirteen girls had been rescued by the Crime Branch after a raid at G. B. Road. A case, vide FIR No. 210/17 u/s363/370/376 IPC and 4/5/6/7 of ITP Act was registered at police station Crime Branch for the same. During proceedings, these girls were shifted to Sanskar Ashram for Girls, Dishlad Garden on 05/05/2018by the order of Child Welfare Committee. On 2.12.18, nine girls were found missing from the Ashram, including eight from the rescue mission mentioned above.

After registration of case FIR No.388/18 U/s 363 IPC PS GTB Enclave, Shahdara, Delhi, the local police made efforts to trace the missing girls. However,on 10/12/2018, further investigation of the case was transferred to the Anti Human Trafficking Unit,Crime Branch, Sector 16, Rohini, Delhi by the Delhi High Court.A massive manhunt was launched to trace the missing girls.

Consistent efforts of the Crime Branch bore fruits when on 27.04.2019, a team of AHTU led by SI Karamveer, under close supervision of ACP Surender Gulia, raided Sonagachhi red light area in Kolkata and recovered one of the missing nine girls from Rabindra Sarani, Sonagachi, Kolkata. The girl has now been brought back to Delhi and is presently lodged at Nari Niketan, Delhi for care and rehabilitation. A reward of Rs. 25,000/- had been declared by Delhi Police Headquarters in the case. Efforts are being made to trace the remaining girls at the earliest. Further investigation in the case is on. 

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