Delhi: Police busted sex racket in GB Road area, accused earned Rs 10 lakh daily

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New Delhi: Eight people including a couple was arrested by in Delhi for human trafficking, police said on Tuesday. Police said that the culprits, ran a sex racket and a syndicate suspected to have trafficked girls from Nepal to India. This is shocking. Who could have imagined that a couple is running such a big sex racket in the heart of the capital.

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There were shocking revelations by the police. A couple Saira (45) and Hussain (50) were doing a brisk business indulging in flesh trade and had become richer by no less than 100 crores by selling 5000 girls till date. The police is expecting more startling facts from the couple. 

The girls were mostly bought from Nepal, Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh. They were bought at Rs 50, 000 and were sold at least at Rs 2 lakhs per girl. The lesser the age of the girls, the higher their price.  And when they attained adulthood or became pregnant they were abandoned.  And all this was being done at Delhi’s GB Road, famous for its flesh trade. And they were kept in inhuman conditions. 

The girls were stocked in almirahs or underground till they were found fit to be pushed in the flesh trade. They were then forced to entertain their clients inside small cubicals. Police said that the culprits, ran a sex racket and a syndicate suspected to have trafficked girls from Nepal to India.

The culprits, Saira Begum, her husband Aafaq Hussain along with six of their aides have been booked under stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA). "Saira (45) and Hussain (50) ran a 'syndicate' that is suspected to have trafficked more than 5,000 girls from Nepal and remote areas of West Bengal, Odisha, Karnataka, Assam, Andhra and other states," a police official said.

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