Prostitution rackets the flesh trade in Goa is not the new story anymore as there are incidences of the regular raids on many of the message parlors and city hotels where Goa Police keeps raiding on the regular basis. But this story is little different as the high profile people are involved into it. According to the available information Goa Police on Tuesday had busted the high-profile flesh trade in the star hotel in city which led to arrest of a 30-year-old women pimp and rescue of a woman who is supposed to be the telugu actress.
The police have identified the accused lady involved in this racket as Aiasha Sayyad from Mumbai while the rescued women is an actress who suppose to have worked in some Telugu films as well as a popular bollywood flicks. “The victim woman claimed she has worked in films (Telugu and Hindi) and was lured by the accused woman into the flesh trade”, claimed a police official. This operation was handled by the Goa police very smartly by planting a decoy customer who contacted the accused Ms. Sayyad from Mumbai which subsequently led to closure of deal. According the sources the accused has demanded the whopping amount of Rs. 3 Lakh to provide the women from the film industry.
Subsequent to the closure of the deal the decoy customer was asked to make the arrangements of two rooms in a star hotel in city, accordingly the two rooms were booked, the one of the room was for the accused and other was for the victim women who was suppose to spend the night with the decoy customer planted by the Goa Police. As per the arrangements the accused and victim women landed in Goa by flight and checked into the hotel. Subsequently, in the same evening the police send the decoy customer and later the raid was conducted in the said hotel where they nabbed the accused along with the victim.
Goa’s dynamic police officer and Panaji Police station head, Inspector Siddhanth Shirodkar who was heading the entire operation said that “The lady who has been arrested operated from various five-star hotels in the state. The police had sent a decoy customer to trap her and rescue the victim.” The sources also claimed that the advance payment of Rs. 50000/- was already been paid to the accused and the part payment was to be made while leaving the airport.
According the sources one more accused involved in this racked has been slipped out during the raid and the police is in process of lookout of same. Police informed that they are also looking into the role of the hotel and its staff in connection with the case.
Source: PTI / NT