14 girls rescued from redlight area
New Delhi: Fourteen girls, including three
from Nepal, were rescued from a redlight area in central Delhi, police said on Monday.
A raid was conducted in the redlight area late last evening and 14 girls aged about 16-18 years were rescued.
Out of the 14, four are from Rajasthan, three from Nepal, two from Maharastra, two from Andhra Pradesh and one each West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh.
All the girls belong to poor families and they were lured on the pretext of providing them good employment in Delhi.
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