Anti-Human Trafficking unit
Hyderabad: As part of Operation Muskan-VII, four children including a girl were rescued from various places across Rachakonda Police Commissionerate here on Friday. The She...
Police rescued ten children from a pharma company located at Devendernagar and rescued 10 minor boys from different eateries and mechanic shops in Maheshwaram police station limits
Police have credible information that many innocent tribal children below the age of 18 years were being engaged by the Maoist party central committee leaders in their daily activities, said SP Sunil Dutt
Vanasthalipuram Operation Muskaan-VII Team along with the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit officials checked a bottle washing unit in Saheb Nagar where they found that the management had engaged the girls for work
Plans are afoot to accord AHTU the status of police station
He said that an action plan was prepared for abolishing the menace and added that an Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, led by an Inspector and special coordinating committee were created for accomplishing the goal
The Superintendent of Police (SP) Sunil Dutt held a coordination meeting with the officials of different government departments on Friday
The rescued children, including girls aged between 15 and 17 years, were from Telangana, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal.
Police raided a house in Saheb Nagar of Vanasthalipuram and arrested R Shankar, P Sriramulu, both organisers and P Sandeep, a customer
The arrested persons were identified as Mozam Mondal, L Sarkar, Abhir Shaik and Muntaz Ali Mondal, all residents of West Bengal and natives of Bangladesh
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