Twenty eight women rescued from India
Indian Police have rescued 28 women from India who were taken hostage from the last 2 months luring them for a good job in gulf countries.
Police have said that 28 women were taken into hostage in one building in Inderpur of Uttar Pradesh in India from the last 2 months.
Police have also arrested other 5 people in suspicion of their involvement in taking hostage according to SSP Baibhab Krishna of rescue team.
Police have raided the place based on the information received. After this incident, Delhi police have aware and directed to be cautious on the women trafficking in India.
News courtesy: Nagarik
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