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From Bus Stand in Tripura, 11 Bru Girls Rescued

  by NEWSNER , 2021-02-04 18:31:13

From Bus Stand in Tripura, 11 Bru Girls Rescued

Agartala Police protected upwards of 11 Bru young ladies from a bus stop in the Tripura capital on January 3 night supposedly being caught into a child labour racket. 


None Captured:


Nonetheless, no one was captured regarding the occurrence till last reports came in. 


All safeguarded young ladies were moved to ChildLine-run cover home and delivered before the Child Welfare Committee. 


As per reports, after all the customs, they would be given over to their families. 


Superintendent of Police (West Tripura) Manik Lal Das said an investigation has been dispatched to find the connection. 


ChildLine Helpline Tracking:


As per the report, ChildLine specialists got data that one individual had been seen moving dubiously at Chandrapur between state transport end for certain minor young ladies. With the information, the police confined the youngsters. 


The man supposedly persuaded the young girls and their folks that they will be given a rewarding compensation to function as homegrown assistance in various pieces of Agartala. Police said the young ladies were from the camps of Bru uprooted in North Tripura. 


Total Girls:


Among the 11 young ladies, two are 18 years old and rest are minors. 


The protected young girls uncovered that three others were shipped off Mandai and Jirania for work.


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