NRIs to face trial for trafficking Indian for sex

A Ghana millionaire of Indian origin, who is said to have threatened to bury an Indian woman trafficked for sex in his house in London, will face trial in October along with five other accused, including four Indians.

The four Indian citizens and two Ghana couple were charged by Scotland Yard on May 18 for allegedly trafficking an Indian woman from Hyderabad for sex.

Balram Obhrai, 58, the Ghana citizen of Indian origin, is a computer entrepreneur from Northwood, London, and is said to have held a knife to the woman’s throat and threatened to bury her in the garden of his house. The IT consultant and his Ghanaian wife, Shashi Obhrai, 53, an optician, are alleged to have forced the girl to work in their home.

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