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Teenaged girl mistakenly boarded train to capital; kidnapped, raped and sold in Delhi

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Source: hindustantimes

A teenage girl who mistakenly arrived in Delhi from Chhattisgarh after boarding a wrong train was kidnapped, raped and sold in the capital before finally being rescued by the Delhi Commission for Women. Notably, two people have been detained in link with the trafficking of the girl.

The 15-years-old was rescued from an area near Humayun’s Tomb on Thursday. She was traveling in a train in Chhattisgarh in October last year to see her relatives, but took a wrong train and reached Delhi.

At the railway station, she met a man called Arman, who was selling water bottles, as per a senior police officer. Arman took her to Sarai Kale Khan and raped her with the aid of his wife. The duo then sold her for Rs. 70,000 to a man called Pappu Yadav.

“She was living in Faridabad for close to two months with Pappu who physically and mentally tortured her. She then somehow left his house and reached Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station where Hasheena met her and gave her a spiked drink,” he added.

When she fell unconscious, Hasheena sent her with a 22-year-old man called Mohammad Afroz. “He raped her near the railway station and paid the sum to Hasheena. The victim somehow managed to escape and was noticed by a passerby who made a PCR call,” said the officer.

The girl was finally rescued and a case has been filed at the Sunlight Colony police station. She is undergoing counseling after being examined at AIIMS.

“After several raids in Sarai Kale Khan and Faridabad, Mohammad Afroz and Pappu Yadav have been arrested. Efforts are being made to arrest the remaining accused,” he said.

Based on the facts that have emerged so far, the police is also adding sections under Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2006.


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