Uzbek Women Missing Case: 5 foreign girls who were smuggled into Delhi on the false promise of jobs have gone missing from the shelter home. These girls were being brought to India for prostitution. A few months ago, these girls had run away and gave their complaint to the Delhi Police, after which these women were being kept in the shelter home.
A few months ago, 7 girls from Uzbekistan in Chanakyapri area told the police and the Delhi Commission for Women that they had been brought to Delhi from their country Uzbekistan and pushed into the profession of prostitution, but they managed to escape from there. He said that an FIR was lodged against him at Chanakyapuri police station in this connection. After the FIR, these girls were kept in the shelter home.
Passports were snatched as soon as they were brought to India
On Wednesday, the Delhi Commission for Women said that 5 of these girls have gone missing from the shelter home. Those girls had told the Commission for Women that some of them were brought to Delhi via Nepal and some were brought directly to India on tourist visas and medical visas at different times.
He said that the passports and other documents of the girls who were brought to Delhi via Nepal route were snatched in Nepal itself and then brought to Delhi after that. On the other hand, other women were brought to Delhi on medical visa and their passports were confiscated by their traffickers as soon as they were brought.
Many people raped in different places
The women told in their complaint that when they reached India they were forced into prostitution and when they protested, they were threatened and beaten up. His traffickers told him that if he raised his voice, he would be caught and put in jail. He said that during his stay in Delhi, he was raped several times by different people.
In the case registered on the complaint of the commission, the police arrested 3 out of 10 accused and failed to nab 7. These girls needed papers to go back to their country but Delhi Police was also unable to get them their papers so those girls could not go back to their country.
What did the chairperson of Delhi Women’s Commission say?
The chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women said in her statement that seven Uzbek girls had exposed a big international racket related to women trafficking. Delhi Police had registered an FIR but not all the accused were arrested and passports of the girls were also not recovered from the smugglers.
The chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women said in the statement, “The girls managed to escape from there with great difficulty. These smugglers chased these girls with guns. Now 5 out of 7 girls are missing. She said that I am worried. It is believed that those smugglers may be behind this because the police have not been able to arrest those smugglers till now.
He said that I have issued summons to Delhi Police in this regard. I want Delhi Police to ensure the safe return of these girls before the commission. He said, the police have not yet taken any concrete steps. I appeal to the police to take action against this international sex racket running in Delhi.
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