Yet another sex racket unearthed in the capital city of Goa with police raiding the three locations Donapaula, Raibander, and Bambolim. This may be the first time that police raided 3 places in one go to bust the sex racket in the state. How police managed that and what they found, read the complete report here.
[su_expand more_text=”READ MORE” less_text=” ” height=”0″ hide_less=”yes” link_style=”button” link_align=”center”] According to the news published by the local daily Heraldo, the Goa police managed to crack down the prostitution business running in the capital city of Goa. Moreover, the prostitution activities were not existing much in the Panaji city earlier and coastal areas of Goa were more prone to this but now it looks like the flesh traders have changed their base and started targeting the capital city to be more lucrative for this business.
According to the report, in one of the major crackdown on prostitution racket, the Panaji women’s police station along with the Crime Branch sleuths had raided four locations in the capital city and arrested five men and rescued all the women from various locations at Donapaula, Raibandar, and Bambolim.
According to the sources, policed raided the apartment at Raibandar and that was followed by the two more locations first at Donapaula and another near the starred hotel in Bambolim. “The flat at Ribandar was rented out to a person, who shifted here with his family. The ‘tenant’ has been arrested following the raid. While the girls were rescued and handed over to the protective home, Merces,” sources said.
According to the available information from the reliable sources, the girls were supplied to the customers through the mediation of five persons who were allegedly involved in trafficking.
All the rescued women were sent to the protective home and their statements will be recorded before the government appointed panels said the sources. Crime Branch head Mr. Karthik Kashyap was reluctant to provide more details on this stating that the investigations are in progress.