Goa police raid massage parlour, rescue nine girls
Panaji: Goa police crime branch raided a massage parlour operating from a resort in Arpora village and rescued nine girls who had allegedly being trafficked there for prostitution.
The raid was conducted last evening by crime branch officials who sent a decoy customer to the place to ascertain the racket.
The nine girls who were rescued are from Sikkim, Mumbai, Karnataka and Manipur.
Six people working at the parlour including Sandip Bhagi (Delhi), Rajesh Kumar (Rajasthan), Mehtab Singh (Haryana), Amit Agarwal (UP), Ashit Kami (JK) and Manjunath (Karnataka) have been arrested, the police said.
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