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Bengaluru: Human trafficking racket busted; 8 Bangladeshi women among 10 held


Team Udayavani, Jun 28, 2021, 11:04 AM IST

Bengaluru: Eight Bangladeshi women and two Indian men have been arrested for allegedly running a human trafficking racket in Bengaluru.

The women were held from a paying guest accommodation in Bengaluru, police said, adding that all of them have admitted to being natives of Bangladesh and provided their addresses in Bangladesh. The men have confessed to committing the crime.

The accused have been identified as Anand, Anil, and Pooja aka Pinky (Bangladeshi national). Pooja is Anil’s wife and she returned to Bangladesh in April 2021 along with Kamal Hassan (Bangladeshi national).

Seven females were arrested from a PG in Bengaluru and taken into custody by police officials. They claimed to be natives of Kolkata, but possessed Aadhaar Cards issued from Mumbai and Gujarat.

Further investigation is underway.

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