In Silchar two women and minor saved from custody of traffickers

In Silchar two women and minor saved from custody of traffickers

Silchar: Two Nepalese women, including a minor girl, were rescued from the red-light area of ​​Silchar district in south Assam’s Cachar on Monday night in a joint effort by social organizations from Silchar and Nepal.

The traffickers lured the victims to a cell here with the lure of a better life.
According to reports, a minor victim from Pokra, Nepal was trafficked by two traffickers in the red light area of ​​Silchar. The smugglers assured him of a good life and education and brought him to Silchar. He was kept in a cell in Silchar where a woman drugged him and forced him into prostitution.
Cachar police rescued the minor and sent him to a shelter home after mandatory health check-up. The two people who smuggled it were also caught by the Nepal Police.

Two organizations working together to free such women from prostitution rackets are Ujjawala NGO from Silchar and Maiti NGO from Nepal.
“A few days ago, we received another information from Team Maiti Nepal that an older girl from Nepal has been trafficked in the Silchar red light area. They shared the information with us and we immediately, with the help of Cachar Police, rescued the girl and shifted her to a protection home,” said Romila Ghosh project director at Ujjawala.
The particular victim was first brought to Delhi 3 years ago and from there she was brought to Silchar for forced prostitution.
“Team Maiti Nepal NGO started investing in both cases and tried to find their parents in Nepal. They traced the addresses of both of them based on the registered police complaints and both the girls are now with their families. have been found,” said Romila Ghosh.

The rescued women were counseled at the Ujjawala Shelter Home before being handed over to their families in Nepal.
Gaurav Chanda, another member of the Ujjawala Center, said that five trafficked girls were rescued from the red light area of ​​Silchar last year. “They are both minors and adults. Poor financial condition has forced most of them to leave home,” Chanda said.

Society members said that saving these women is a great achievement.

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