Two West Bengal girls trafficked to Delhi rescued
The Delhi Police have rescued two girls from West Bengal, who were trafficked to the national Capital on the pretext of a job, from Vijay Nagar and Shalimar Bagh.
The police said the girls aged 14 and 17 years belong to Fakatta in West Bengal and an FIR was registered there against unidentified persons in connection with their disappearance, said Ravindra Yadav, Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime).
They were rescued from Vijay Nagar and Shalimar Bagh areas, where they were working as domestic helps by a team of Anti-Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) led by DCP Dinesh Kumar Gupta.
The Delhi Police have informed their counterparts at Falkatta police station and the family members of girls, about their rescue.
The girls told the police that they were brought to the national Capital by one Bhagada Kshetri.
The girls have been sent to Nirmal Chhaya and will be produced before a child welfare committee, added the police officer.