New Delhi: A 16-year-old teenager from Assam was pushed into prostitution by swindling her. Somehow the teenager who was left out of the clutches of the accused reached the Women’s Commission. After this, the team of the Commission has lodged an FIR in the Narela Industrial Area Police Station in this case. The teenager has been sent to the girl child.
Commission team met the teenager
According to the Women’s Commission, a woman from Holambi Kalan called 181 helpline and informed the Commission members about the teenager. The commission team then met the teenager. The victim said that she and two other sisters were kept with 20 minor girls, where they were prostituted.
He was beaten up for protesting and he is beaten up for protesting. Seeing the opportunity on August 19, she escaped and reached Badli railway station, where she met the woman. She could not tell much about the place where the teenager was kept. The teenager said that most of the time he was kept drunk. She escaped in a state of intoxication, so she does not know anything about the place.
Women’s Commission raised questions on police
Swati Jaihind, the chairperson of the Delhi Women’s Commission, said that the matter is very serious. The police should immediately arrest the culprits and free the other girls too. Also, people who give information about girls should also be rewarded.
Starved at the protest, the teenager, who was bitten by the blade, told that the accused had not only beaten him and his sisters but also cut them off with the blade after denying prostitution. After this, he was kept hungry for several days and he was raped many times in a state of unconsciousness. The teenager told that her parents had passed away several years ago, after which she lived with her two other sisters. About nine months ago, his elder sister was promised by a person to get a good salary job in a cup making company in Delhi. After reaching Delhi, when she came to know about the reality, she was badly trapped.