Bhartiya Janata Party has removed Bengal’s women wing secretary Juhi on Wednesday after she was detained in child trafficking case.
On February 19, FIR was lodged by CID at Kotwali police station in north Bengal’s Jalpaiguri district.
Sources said, the woman were hiding in a area around 10 km from the fringe in Nepalese territory. A CID officer with learning of the test said they got data of her whereabouts on February 22, and followed her to the India-Nepal outskirt range.
The investigation is in process by CID officials and the reports disclosed that a team had initially been sent to Delhi to find her.
The officer affirmed, “She stayed in contact with her dad. On Monday, we could locate her correct area in a territory under Kharbari police headquarters in Batasi (close to the fringe in Darjeeling region). Two officers of the CID’s Special Operation Group were situated… they acted like ministers to watch her developments from a sanctuary adjacent.”
The case has been filed against the women under section 370 (5) (offence involving trafficking of more than one minor), 420 (cheating), 467, 468 (forgery) 468, 120B (criminal conspiracy), 201 (evidence tampering) of Indian Penal Code.