Four girls rescued from traffickers

Four girls rescued from traffickers

On Sunday morning, the office-bearers of Bosco Mane got a tip-off that some girls from North India were at the City Railway Station, and could be the victims of human trafficking racket active in the City.

Following the information, the Bosco Mane activists reached the Bangalore City Railway Station where they found the girls, accompanied by a man, huddled in a corner.

The young man said his name was Pratap and claimed that he had the requisite documents to prove that he was not into illegal activities.

Not convinced by Pratap’s statement, the activists handed over the girls and Pratap to the GRP, asking them to ascertain their identity, their age and their willingness to come to the City.

The GRP sources said among the four girls, two are the natives of West Bengal and one each from Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh. They were living in Delhi from where they were brought to Bangalore.

A firm called R K Enterprises brought them all to the City and claimed to have all the valid documents including the permission letter from their parents, said police sources.

Bosco Mane sources claimed that the forms Pratap had brought were not filled properly and that he was also in possession of visiting cards of various lodges as well as the officials of some IT firms.

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