Bangalore Police Bust Illegal Flesh Trading Rings, Rescue 49 Women"
Bangalore Police Bust Illegal Flesh Trading Rings, Rescue 49 Women
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In a major operation, Bengaluru's City Police have dismantled two separate groups involved in illegal flesh trading within the city. The Central Crime Branch (CCB) conducted a thorough search at the Nirvana Spa Centre located in the Mahadevapura Police Station area, leading to the arrest of the spa's owner. The establishment was found to be engaging in illegal activities, particularly the flesh trade.

According to City Police Commissioner B Dayananda, the CCB raids resulted in the rescue of 40 women, including five foreigners. Stressing the gravity of human trafficking, Dayananda highlighted the concerted efforts by both the CCB and East Division Police to identify and dismantle networks involved in such criminal activities.

"A total of 40 women, including five foreigners, were rescued from the spa center in Mahadevapura. Additionally, 47 customers and 23 workers were detained during the operation," stated B Dayananda.

The investigation into this case is being led by the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) in Marathahalli. "The spa owner has been apprehended, and a sum of Rs 5.18 lakh, along with 64 mobile phones, three card-swiping machines, and a Mercedes Benz car, have been seized by the police," added the Police Commissioner.

Separately, another gang operating within the Halasuru and Baiyappanahalli Police Station areas has been arrested for coercing foreign women into the flesh trade within private hotels.

"Authorities in Halasuru and Baiyappanahalli discovered a gang exploiting foreign women for such activities. Nine individuals have been detained in connection to this case, leading to the rescue of nine women. A foreign national woman, identified as the main perpetrator, has also been apprehended," remarked B Dayananda.

It has been reported that this gang used platforms like Telegram and WhatsApp to attract customers. An FIR has been lodged at the Baiyappanahalli Police Station, with investigations currently ongoing.

This successful operation marks a significant step in the City Police's efforts to curb illegal flesh trading activities, emphasizing their commitment to tackling human trafficking and bringing the perpetrators to justice.

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