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12 Nepalese girls caught for human trafficking at Jaipur airport




Jaipur: A case of human trafficking has once again come to light at Jaipur Airport, the capital of Rajasthan. A total of 12 Nepalese girls have been rescued from the airport on Friday. They were being transported to Ethiopia on the African continent. In fact, the airport police station police received information about these girls through the Nepal Embassy, after which this action has been taken.

According to the information, DCP East Rajiv Pachar deployed a team at the airport on Friday. The team questioned the Nepalese girls with immediate effect and brought them to the police station. These girls said that they came to Delhi from Nepal to earn money. Where some people talked about sending them abroad and earning money there, everyone agreed to this. All the girls are from different districts of Nepal. They will now be kept at The Mahila Niketan in Jaipur and later sent to Nepal along with senior officers.

According to the airport police station, as soon as they got information about the trafficking of girls, police officers in plain clothes were deployed around the airport. All these girls reached the airport alone in different taxis. In the interrogation of all of them, the police got information about human trafficking. Due to the girls being alone, the police could not reach the people who were sending them abroad. But the police have started investigation.

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