Forced sex racket busted in Jaipur
Jaipur: The Jaipur Police have busted a sex racket and rescued five girls forced who were into prostitution.
According to police officials, they had received a tip-off that a gang was operating in the city which used to bring girls from metro cities like Delhi and Mumbai to Jaipur and hold them as hostage in Hotel Raj Inn.
The women were then made to sleep with clients against their wishes. Those who protested were even beaten up.
The police on Monday night raided the hotel and arrested four people, including its owner and manager.
The hotel has also been sealed.
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