Published On : Fri, Jun 12th, 2015

One girl rescued from flesh trade: One woman arrested

Evil mother pushes daughter into flesh trade.

Nagpur: In what could be termed as black mark on humanity, a mother herself pushed her own daughter into flesh trade for monetary gains. The Social Security Squad of Crime Branch acting on a tip raided the premises and rescued the girl, while the evil mother was arrested on June 11, 2015.

According to police sources, Social Security Squad of Crime Branch received a confidential tip off that a woman is running a flesh trade very close the Hanuman Temple near IBM Building on Katol Road falling within the jurisdiction of Gittikhadan Police Station.

The accused woman is identified as Anita Yogiraj Temburne aged 39 years and a resident of Plot No 69 years and a resident of Krishnanagar, IBM Road, Gittikhadan had pushed her own daughter into flesh trade enticing her with monetary gains.

On the directions of Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Deepali Masirkar and on the guidance of Assistant Commissioner of Police Nilesh Raut, In-Charge Police Inspector of Social Security Branch B M Powar with his staff which included Assistant Police Inspector Gorade Woman Police Sub-Inspector Sonali Patil, Woman Police Sub-Inspector Amita Jaipurkar, Police Constables Pandurang Nikure, Prakash Sidam, Sanjay Pande, Gopal Vaidhya, Ajay Ghatod, Yogesh Ghodki, Manoj Singh Chauhan, Praful Bondre, Woman Police Constable Asmita Meshram Driver-Police Constable Nilesh Wadekar and Photographer Bamdekar raided the premises and rescued one girl.

Woeful reality of a widow

On primary investigations many startling facts came to fore. The husband of the accused Yogiraj Temburne had died in the year 2002 because of excessive alcohol consumption. Since then this widow has been surviving with her two daughters and a son. Failing to meet the ever growing financial requirements, she became a keep of a man for the last 10 years. However, she left him too for reasons best known to her. In October 2014, a gang including some women had enticed her with financial gain and had sold her to a man in Rajasthan. However, the Social Security Branch and the Crime Branch had rescued her from the clutches of the accused in Rajasthan and brought her to Nagpur. However severe financial constraints forced her to resort to flesh trade.

The Crime Branch personnel arrested the accused woman Anita Yogiraj Temburne since she was running flesh trade within 100 meters of public religious place Hanuman Temple and Hazrat Baba Dargah and registered a case under Sections 3, 4, 5 and 7 of Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956. The rescued girls have been remanded to Woman Rehabilitation Centre, while the Gittikhadan Police has arrested the accused woman. Further investigations are on.