Delhi: Two Women From West Bengal Sold at GB Road on Pretext of a Job Rescued by DCW After 3 Months
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New Delhi, Sep 12: The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Wednesday rescued two women who were sold at GB Road in the national capital, on the pretext of a job,  some 2-3 months back. According to a tweet by ANI, both the women who were rescued from the red light area hail from West Bengal and had come to Delhi in search of a job. Reports inform that one of the women is 28-years-old while the other is said to be 20 years of age.

Reports inform that the National Commission for Women (NCW), the apex national level organisation for protecting the interests of women, had received a call on their 181 Women Helpline number. According to a report by News X, a man called and informed the organisation about the two women who had managed an escape and were looking out for a shelter. Soon after, the DCW sent two of its officials to rescue the girls from the Nizamuddin area.

One of the victims, while narrating her ordeal said that she was living in Kolkata, West Bengal, where she met a woman who promised her a job in Delhi. After the deal, the victim reached Sialdah railway station where she met a man who took away all her necessary documents and asked her to reach Delhi's Anand Vihar Railway. At the station, she met a different man who sold her at the GB Road in Delhi.

The girl said she was provided with a fake Aadhaar card and was raped at least by 10-15 men daily. The Police has initiated an investigation into the matter and an FIR has been filed in the case.