Nagpur: In a swift action, the police personnel of Social Service Branch of Nagpur Crime Branch raided a house in the jurisdiction of Kalamna Police Station on November 23, 2016 and rescued one woman who was forced into prostitution.
The cops of Social Service Branch of Nagpur Crime Branch had received a secret tip-off that with greed to earn money, a woman identified as Parvati was wooing young girls and women with the lure of money and forcing them into prostitution.
After establishing the veracity of the information, the cops of Social Service Branch of Nagpur Crime Branch, raided the house situated in Plot No 150, Sariputra Layout, Tukaram Nagar, Kalamna, Nagpur and rescued one 32-year-old woman.
According to police sources, under the guidance of Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ranjan Sharma and Assistant Commissioner of Police Nilesh Raut, In-Charge of Social Service Branch of Nagpur Crime Branch P C Sonawane raided the house.
The accused include Indira Vijay Borkar aged 45 years and a resident of Plot No 150, Sariputra Layout, Tukaram nagar, Kalamna, Nagpur who used to make her house available for clients to enjoy their lustful activities and Parvati Bai Vishnuji Hedau aged 45 years and resident of Binaki, Joshipura, Sonar Toli.
The cops of Kalamna Police Station have since arrested the two accused woman under Section 370, 34 read with sub-sections 3,4,5,7 of Indian Penal Code and under Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act 1956.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ranjan Sharma and Assistant Commissioner of Police Nilesh Raut, Senior Police Inspector P C Sonawane, Woman Assistant Police Inspector Asmita Jaipurkar, Head Constable Yogesh Ghodki, Head Constable Subhash Khedekar, Naik Police Constable Manoj Singh Chauhan, Naik Police Constable Sanjay Pande, Police Constable Praful Bondre, Woman Naik Police Constable Surekha Sandekar, Woman Naik Police Constable Anita Dhurve, Woman Naik Police Constable Asmita Meshram, Woman Police Constable Seema Baghel, Driver Anil Dube, Driver Bhimrao Meshram, Assistant Police Sub Inspector Badiram Rewatkar, Social Workers Sulochana Haridas Gedam and Anirudha Purushotam Patil.