Human trafficking under the guise of orchestra, 13 minor girls released; This is how it was revealed

Human trafficking under the guise of orchestra, 13 minor girls released;  This is how it was revealed

Police raided near Beaspur Chowk in Bettiah and freed 13 minor girls from the hideout of the orchestra conductor. All these girls are from West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Bihar. These girls were made to dance and sing in the orchestra. This success was achieved in the joint action of SSB 47th Corps Raxaul, Mission Mukti Foundation Delhi, Child Line Bettiah, Child Welfare Committee and Mahila Thana on Friday morning.

13 minor girls were released

SP Upendra Nath Verma said that 13 minors have been freed from two orchestras. She is a resident of Kolkata, North Parganas, Bardhaman, Birbhum, Nadia in West Bengal, Meerut in UP, Ludhiana in Punjab and Gopalganj in Bihar. Whose medical statement will be recorded in the court. On the arrival of the relatives, the girls will be handed over on the orders of the court. An FIR has been lodged against Ranjit Thakur and Muskaan of Bagaha, who are involved in human trafficking. Both have not been arrested yet.

This is how the case was revealed

In fact, Mission Mukti Foundation Director Virendra Kumar Singh was informed by Inspector Manoj Kumar Sharma of 47th Corps SSB Raxaul that a minor from Dibrugarh in Assam is missing. Whose mobile location is in Lauria. Then Virendra Singh informed the lawmen of the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights. After which, on November 23, the Kanungo directed the Mission Mukti Foundation to take action with the help of the police. Then all the teams reached Bettiah and after meeting SP Upendra Nath Verma, the next morning all the teams reached Byaspur. And then raided and released 13 minor girls.

There are many such places like Bagaha-Betiya of West Champaran including Byaspur. Where poor minor girls are made to sing hostage dance in the name of orchestra. Even before this the police raided such hideouts. But with time some orchestras close and some new ones open. And this business of human trafficking continues.

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