Recently, a case of crime has come to light that makes your senses will be blown away. A serious case of trafficking of a 60-day-old innocent girl has come to light, according to information, the girl was sold five times. Yes, the girl's mother is from West Bengal and the entire incident has been revealed by the Delhi Commission for Women. According to reports, Delhi Women's Commission Chairperson Swati Maliwal said that "a complaint was received on helpline number 181 of the Delhi Commission for Women, informing about the child. After receiving the complaint, the Delhi Commission for Women's Commission reached out to the complainant and separate information was obtained from the parents of the child," she said.
DCW Chairman Swati Maliwal said, "The Delhi Commission for Women's Team reached out to 4 people who had been sold this child, but the Commission's team could not reach the last person who sold the baby for the first time. Though the commission team had found the main accused, the accused absconded after seeing the women's commission team. The Women's Commission team had informed the Delhi Police about the presence of the accused on the spot. Still, he could not be arrested.'
At the same time, no arrests have been made in the case and the victim has not been able to find her child. On the other hand, the Delhi Commission for Women has expressed displeasure and issued a notice to the SHO of the New Friends Colony seeking a response. At the same time, it has asked for reasons why no arrests have been made so far. Talking about the case, DCW President Swati Maliwal said that the functioning of the Delhi Police is being questioned and further he said that "it is a matter of great shame that Delhi has become a hub of human trafficking today and the Delhi Police has seen the most irresponsible attitude behind it." to get to.'"