Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Bangladesh police arrest 3 suspects involved in trafficking more than 1000 women to India

Bangladesh police arrested three persons allegedly involved in trafficking of women from Bangladesh to India and other international destinations. They were arrested from the border district of Satkhira after a victim who managed to return from India filed a case in Dhaka.

During the primary investigation the arrested persons disclosed that they have been involved in human trafficking of more than 1000 woman to India over the last eight years. The police recovered a diary containing details of the victims and traffickers from the arrested persons.

Bangladesh police started the drive against the human traffickers after the video of the rape and torture of a Bangladeshi woman by some other Bangladeshi people in Bengaluru went viral on social media. Bengaluru police arrested 6 people in this connection.

The Bangladeshi gang of human traffickers targeted students of schools and colleges and sometimes young housewives. They were lured through social media channels like Facebook and Tiktok by using videos. They also offered the girls jobs in hotels, supermarkets and beauty parlours where they are forced into prostitution by making their obscene videos and threatening them to send these to their families.

- Advertisement -
Latest news

SAI, Indian Embassy in Rome working with local authorities to resolve skeet shooters’ concerns

The Sports Authority of India has recieved requests through NRAI for the vaccination of two skeet shooters Angad Vir Singh Bajwa and Mairaj Ahmed...

Bangladesh records highest single day COVID infection, death in over 6 weeks, restrictions extended till July 15

Bangladesh reported its highest level of single day COVID 19 infection and deaths in over 6 weeks on Wednesday. According to the latest figures released...

India extends US$ 100 million LoC to Sri Lanka for Solar Energy Projects

India has signed an agreement extending a US$ 100 million Line of Credit (LOC) to Sri Lanka for projects in the Solar Energy Sector. The...

Embassies gradually begin Visa processing as the pandemic shows sign of decline –

India continues to report Covid cases below 1 lakh per day. As the various states across the country begin unlocking in a graded manner, a...
Related news

SAI, Indian Embassy in Rome working with local authorities to resolve skeet shooters’ concerns

The Sports Authority of India has recieved requests through NRAI for the vaccination of two skeet shooters Angad Vir Singh Bajwa and Mairaj Ahmed...

Bangladesh records highest single day COVID infection, death in over 6 weeks, restrictions extended till July 15

Bangladesh reported its highest level of single day COVID 19 infection and deaths in over 6 weeks on Wednesday. According to the latest figures released...

India extends US$ 100 million LoC to Sri Lanka for Solar Energy Projects

India has signed an agreement extending a US$ 100 million Line of Credit (LOC) to Sri Lanka for projects in the Solar Energy Sector. The...

Embassies gradually begin Visa processing as the pandemic shows sign of decline –

India continues to report Covid cases below 1 lakh per day. As the various states across the country begin unlocking in a graded manner, a...