Trying to sell minor, men call Delhi Police by mistake
In a rare incident, two Bihari men telephoned a Delhi police station mistaking it for a brothel, tried to sell a minor, and got arrested. The men, Amar (24) and Ranjeet Shah (27), reportedly got the station's number from a friend who claimed it was a brothel's that he took off the internet. Police suspect the friend did it intentionally to frame the duo.
The duo offered to sell police a beautiful minor girl
Delhi Police rescued a minor girl on Thursday, and arrested Amar and Ranjeet for trying to sell her to a city brothel. Thinking they were calling a brothel owner, the duo reportedly dialed the SHO of Delhi's Kamla Market police station, offering to sell a beautiful minor girl. The inspector played along, laid a trap and together with other cops, caught the unsuspecting traffickers.
Love, job prospects lured minor into fleeing house in Bihar
Amar reportedly conned the minor into leaving her house in Bihar. He met the girl in September and pretended to love her. Though he soon left Bihar, he kept in touch with her and got her to come to Delhi in October. After having sex with her for over a month, he and his friend Ranjeet decided to sell her off and flee Delhi.
12,891 human trafficking cases registered in India between 2011-2015: NCRB
According to the National Crime Records Bureau, 12,891 cases of human trafficking were registered in India between 2011 and 2015. Of these, 12702 were cases of domestic trafficking. The girls were trafficked from across the borders in the remaining 189 cases.