DCW sends notice to AHTU over Shahdara's shelter home case
New Delhi: The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Tuesday sent notice to Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) of Delhi Police regarding the nine girls who went missing from a shelter home in Shahdara.
The notice which was directed to ACP (AHTU) Crime Branch claimed that this is in furtherance to proceedings of the Delhi Commission for women regarding 9 girls who had gone missing from Sanskaar Home for Girls, Dilshad Garden. In this regard, summons were issued to DCP Crime Branch seeking an action taken the report in the matter.
"As per your response, it is stated that the girls have not been found till date. The Commission takes strong note of the fact that the girls continue to be missing for over 1 month and national Capital's police has made no progress in the matter," claimed the notice.
With every passing minute, the possibility of these girls being safe is diminishing. The apparent inability of the police to trace these girls is unacceptable, added DCW notice.
The DCW further said "In light of the above, you are hereby directed to provide an updated status report on the investigation in the matter every three days starting from the date of receipt of this notice. Please ensure strict compliance of the same failing which appropriate action shall be initiated by the Commission as per law."