4 held for kidnapping two minor girls

SANGAREDDY: Four persons were arrested for kidnap and trafficking and two minor girls from Bengaluru were rescued from being pushed into flesh trade. Two minor girls ran away from their house

Published: 12th February 2012 03:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:54 PM   |  A+A-

SANGAREDDY: Four persons were arrested for kidnap and trafficking and two minor girls from Bengaluru were rescued from being pushed into flesh trade. Two minor girls ran away from their house in Bengaluru on being chided by their parents. The girls were spotted by one Nurulla at Secunderabad railway station. With some sweet talk and in the name of providing protection, he boarded Kamareddy bus along with them and got down at Toopran," inspector Vijaykumar said.

He left one girl with a woman called Sobha and took the other to Yadagirgutta and later handed over to one person called Shankar who runs a brothel.

Shankar later handed over the girl to a woman called Bhanu who confined her to the house for two months. Somehow, the girl escaped and narrated her story to a police man on Saturday. Police arrested Shankar, Nurulla, Bhanu and Sobha and rescued the other minor girl, Vijaykumar said.

A contact was established with Bengaluru police and the girls will be sent home, he said.

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