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Police bust flesh trade racket

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Dehradun Police have busted a prostitution racket while conducting a raid in a residential house at Telpura in Patelnagar on Monday. Police have arrested seven persons, including a woman, for allegedly running  the prostitution racket. Five women rescued during the raid hail from  Bangladesh, Nepal, Guwahati, Kolkata and Dehradun. 

As per the press release issued by the SSP office,  the accused have been identified as Victor Deniyal, resident of Chuna Bhatta, Kapil, resident of Patelnagar, Praveen, native of New Delhi, Deepu, Satish, Rajat Sharma and Vivek, all natives of Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh). The woman accused was Deepa Negi who was supposedly operating the sex racket from her house through mobile phones and internet services.

A case has been registered under sections 3/5/6b/8 of Immoral Trafficking Act against the accused in Patelnagar police station. 

Police sources said that  while being grilled,  the house owner Negi had  admitted to the  sex racket  being run from her house with girls various parts of  the country and abroad remaining engaged  for prostitution activities.

A police officer said that  following a tip-off, a team comprising ASP Lokeshwar Singh, Patelnagar police station in-charge Ritesh Sah, sub-inspectors- Vipin Bahuguna, Ravindra Shah, Satendra Negi, Mukesh Bhatt and some constables had raided the house.




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