KATHMANDU: Nepal Police’s Metropolitan Police Crime Division said it has recently busted a human trafficking racket and rescued four women from the clutches of suspected human traffickers. Six members of the racket, including two women, have been arrested from Kathmandu, Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari districts. Acting on a tip-off, the MPCD said, a special team took Bina Tamang (31) of Beltar, and Bal Kumari Bishwakarma (25) of Purandaha, Udayapur, along with the alleged victims, in custody from Koteshwar on May 26. During interrogation, the duo revealed that four others were also involved in the racket and were outside the Kathmandu Valley. A team deployed from the MPCD arrested the four men from Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari districts in coordination with the local police on Saturday, and brought them to Kathmandu. The four suspects have been identified as Ashok Tamang of Urlabari, Morang; Rup Narayan Rajbanshi of Rangeli, Morang; Nabin Dhimal of Inaruwa, Sunsari and Jeevan Urau of Rahabe, Sunsari district. The MPCD said they have been sent to the Metropolitan Police Range, Kathmandu.
Human trafficking racket busted, four women rescued
The Himalayan Times
Published: 08:10 pm Jun 06, 2016