Delhi Police rescue four minor Sikkimese girls

January 6th, 2009 - 12:11 am ICT by IANS  

New Delhi, Jan 5 (IANS) The Delhi Police Monday rescued four girls from Sikkim, aged around 12, in two raids in south Delhi’s East of Kailash locality and arrested a woman and the owner of a placement agency.The police received information Sunday that three minor girls kidnapped from Sikkim have been kept in Garhi area in East of Kailash. A raiding party managed to locate the house in Parkash Mohalla, in Garhi, where the girls were confined to a room by a woman, Srijana Subba Rai.

A case of kidnapping has been registered in Sikkim regarding the girls. Further investigations are on.

In another incident, the police rescued another 12-year-old Sikkimese girl from a house in East of Kailash and arrested Parlad Singh, owner of placement agency, Sky Group of Companies. Sikkim police and the parents of the kidnapped children have been informed.

All the children have been sent to a children’s home.

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