Published On : Wed, Aug 10th, 2016

Two girls rescued from flesh trade in Koradi area: Two female accused arrested

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Nagpur: On August 10, 2016, the Social Security Branch of Nagpur Crime Branch received a secret tip off that flesh trade is going on in Flat No 202 of Aryanagar Icon Apartments in Koradi area. The tip-off said that two girls who were rescued included Nisha alias Pooja and her friend Manth Tonguria were called from other cities by the accused for financial benefits. The accused had also provided the flat for providing commercial sexual services to the customers.

The cops of Social Security Branch of Nagpur Crime Branch had sent a punter to the flat to ascertain if the secret tip-off is true. Once the cops ascertained that flesh trade is actually running, they raided the premises of Flat No 202 of Aryanagar Icon apartments.

Under the guidance of Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ranjan Kumar Sharma, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Economic Offences and Cyber Cell) Rakesh Kalasagar and Assistant Commissioner of Police (Crime) Nilesh Raut, Senior Police Inspector P C Sonwane, Police Sub Inspector Chaudhari, Woman Police Sub Inspector Amita Jaipurkar, Assistant Police Inspector Ingole, Police Constables Gopal Vaidhya, Yogesh  Ghodki,  NPC Manoj Singh Chauhan, Ajay Ghatol, Sanjay Pande, WNPC Surekha Sandekar, WPC Sadhna Chauhan, Photographer NPC Anand Malekar, Driver Anil Dube, Bhimrao Meshram  and Social Workers Vijaylaxmi Roopkumar Hazare, Jaimala Champatrao Dongre raided the flat.

They team rescued two girls. The two girls who were rescued were allegedly called for flesh trade from Mumbai and Delhi.

The accused who had forced these girls into flesh trade were identified as 1. Nisha alias Pooja Pritam Dahikar aged 28 years and a resident of Street No 8 of Indora Slums and 2.  Manth Shyamlal Tonguria aged 29 years and a resident of a rented house in Malva Mill area near Lalachi Garden.

These accused had provided a flat and called customers to enjoy commercial sex services from the two rescued girls with an ulterior motive of earning money, they enticed these girls with good income and created duress for entering into flesh trade.

The flat is said to be within 100 meters from a common place of Sai Temple. The cops of Social Security Branch of Nagpur Crime Branch registered a case under sections 370, 34 of the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956 of Indian Penal Code and under sections 3,4,5,7 in the Koradi Police Station.

Further investigations are being carried out by PI Sonwane of SSB.