An international human trafficking racket has been dismantled here with the arrest of four people, including three from Bangladesh, and three women from that country who were allegedly trafficked for organizing prostitution have been rescued, said Thursday. the police.
Police unearthed the Bangladeshi female trafficker racketeering at SR Nagar here and caught a couple with their relative (all from Bangladesh) and a West Bengal trafficker, they said. The three defendants from Bangladesh entered India illegally without any valid documents a few years ago and stayed in Mumbai and recently came to Hyderabad for organizing a prostitution racket with three women from their country, according to a police statement. from Hyderabad. The three Bangladeshi women, doing household chores in their country, were illegally brought to India a few days ago via human traffickers with the promise of good jobs, but were forced into prostitution and provided fake and fake Indian identity cards. Traffickers along with local agents have trafficked Bangladeshi women from one town to another and efforts continue to track down their illegal activities, police said.
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