Minor rescued from GB Road

Modesto Morganelli
Novembre 24, 2017

Eventually, the girl was rescued.DCP (central) M S Randhawa said the police team had sent decoy customers to ascertain the location of the girl, and eventually agreed to buy her for Rs 2.3 lakh, of which Rs 20,000 was paid in advance."During questioning, Amar said he had lured the girl from his village under the pretext of marriage". However, Amar did not know it was a policeman's number, and instead contacted the SHO thinking it was a potential customer.The SHO, in coordination with two of his constables, managed to track down Amar and his accomplice, Ranjeet Shah , As Reported By IE.

A Hindustan Times report quoted Deputy Commissioner of Police (central Delhi) MS Randhawa as saying: "the two men fell into a police trap when they called up the station house officer of GB road area in central Delhi, believing the number belonged to an owner of a brothel".

On Wednesday they asked the cops to meet them outside New Delhi railway station in the evening.

The arrested men confessed that they got the number from the internet and assumed that Kumar was the dealer in GB road. The caller, obviously unaware that he had dialed the number of a police station, reportedly told Kumar that there was a "beautiful" minor girl for sale. The caller identified himself to the two police constables as Amar. Amar demanded Rs 3.5 lakh for the minor girl. "A police team in plain clothes wasted no time in overpowering the two men and rescuing the girl", he added. The girl came to Delhi in October and Amar "married" her in a fake ceremony.

During the interrogation, police found that the girl met Amar in September and he pretended to be in love with her.

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