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Ten Bangladeshi girls freed from prostitution, absconding from the ashram, stirred

In November last year, the Vijayanagar police station had freed 16 girls from Mohit Guest House in Mahalaxmi Nagar. Among them, girls were found to be Indian and 11 Bangladeshi.

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There has been a stir due to the absconding of 10 Bangladeshi girls freed from the prostitution base. The girls were kept in the old age home in Banganga. For his vigilance, MIG and four policemen of Lasudia police station used to guard round the clock.

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It is suspected that Sagar Jain alias Sando, accused of human trafficking and touts of Gujarat, Babu is involved in escaping the girls. Police is extracting call details of suspects and girls.In November last year, the Vijayanagar police station had freed 16 girls from Mohit Guest House in Mahalaxmi Nagar.

Among them, girls were found to be Indian and 11 Bangladeshi. The investigation of the SIT revealed that these girls were illegally entered into the Indian border by touts like Bangladeshi agent Bakhtiyar, Shabana. First mentally prepared for prostitution in Mumbai and later sold to touts in Gujarat. Sagar alias Sando and Mohit brought the girls to Indore.IG Harinarayanachari Mishra prepared a confidential report and sent it to the police headquarters and got the blueprint prepared for sending it to Bangladesh through the embassy. Till the action was taken, the girls were kept in old age home in Maharana Pratap Nagar (Banganga) amidst police protection.

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Even after being guarded by the ashram workers and the police, 10 girls escaped and no one even heard the news.Ashram’s superintendent Dr Neha Sharma claims that Bangladeshi girls have been handed over to relatives. The relatives living in Gujarat showed the ID and took them, while the missing girl is registered in the Banganga police station.

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The disappearance was done on 10 March by the first counselor Mahesh Sharma, who said that four girls ran away from the ashram. The second case was registered on 14 April and the third on 28 June. According to TI Jyoti Sharma, the girls ran away by making a rope from the saree. Ahmedabad teams have been sent in search of them. Mobile numbers of some suspects have been found. A girl’s sister has also been questioned.

According to an officer involved in the investigation, Sagar Jain alias Sando, who is in jail, is also accused of horse-trading. Brokers living in Ahmedabad have also been arrested. Women have entered India illegally. It is suspected that the touts and human traffickers have conspired to get the girls absconding.

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