CBI sets up unit to check human trafficking

 In an attempt to deal with cases of human trafficking and abductions across the country separately, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has set up an anti-human-trafficking unit.

The CBI released a statement detailing the functions to be performed by this unit.  It read, “The special unit will be responsible for collecting, collating and analysing data on kidnapping and abduction of people from all over India.”

“This unit will also liaise with NGOs involved in this field. Those having any information on such gangs can complain on our helpline number 011-24368638. If the complaint leads to the arrest of the culprits, the complainant will be rewarded up to Rs 2,00,000,” said the statement.

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