Bihar: Police raided Arwal’s red light area, 12 girls caught made shocking disclosure


Police raided the red light area located in Janakpur Dham late on Saturday night in Arwal in Bihar. In the raid, 12 girls were detained and interrogated. Arwal Sadar Police had received secret information that girls from other states are brought to dance in the theatre. After this, they are beaten up and forced into prostitution. Based on the information, the police team raided. On seeing the police, the girls started running on the streets. However, many of these people were caught and brought to the women’s police station.

Case filed against operator

The police took the girls to Sadar Hospital late at night. There, his medical test was done. Thereafter, the identity was verified on the basis of enquiry. The girls told that they had come from Odisha, Bengal and other states to work in the theatre. But after coming here they were beaten up. They were not even given proper food after being held hostage forcibly. After this, she was pushed into prostitution. The operator also used to do dirty work with the girls who refused. Based on the statement of the girls, an FIR has been registered against the operator.

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Police released the girls after medical test

Superintendent of Police Mohammad Qasim said that a case has been registered in the women’s police station on the statements of several girls who had come from other states. Further action is being taken. The operator has been arrested. Information about the whole matter was received from a girl only. After the medical test, the statements of all the girls have been recorded and they have been released. Further action is being taken. Sub-Divisional Police Officer Rajeev Ranjan of Sadar Police Station and Police of Women’s Police Station were included in the raid team.

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