Nepali women being sent to Gulf held


A fourth Nepali woman who was allegedly part of a human trafficking gang was also taken into custody Saturday evening from the Gorakhpur railway station. Gorakhpur district borders Nepal.

The anti-human trafficking cell of the police caught them with the help of NGO Manav Seva Sansthan, whose coordinator Gyan Kumar told IANS that two of the women had only passports.

The women initially gave evasive replies. Dilmaya, the trafficker, said all of them had relatives in Muscat and she was taking the women to get them jobs there.
Police said the women later demanded that they should be allowed to go back to Nepal. "We have passed the information to the Nepali authorities and are awaiting a reply," an officer said.

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