Undercover Operation Exposes Flesh Trade in Vadodara Old Padra Road Spa: Police Rescue 4 Girls, Manager Extorts Customer

In Vadodara’s Old Padra Road Society, the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) and the Local Crime Branch (LCB) team had conducted a raid. During this operation, a human trafficking ring associated with the name “Spana” operating within homes was exposed. In this raid, four young women were rescued from the clutches of human trafficking, and one person was apprehended. When the individual was wanted, it was publicly announced. The operator used to charge customers between 4000 to 5000 rupees.

The police verification officials do not conduct verifications. In Vadodara, there are occasional operations carried out by the city police in front of spas where spa operators, violating policies and regulations, employ foreign women for various illegal activities. Since these activities make it difficult to identify the women involved, they are not subjected to police verification by the police verification officials. Therefore, they can escape apprehension if a racket is finally caught. This has also led to a resurgence in human trafficking operations.

4 Young Women have been Rescued from Human Trafficking.

Based on information provided by the city police commissioner regarding suspicious activities in operation around the city, the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) and Zone 2 LCB teams have conducted a swift operation in the society on Old Padra Road in the city. This operation has resulted in the apprehension of a significant human trafficking racket operating extensively in the area. Four young women have been freed from the clutches of human trafficking. Additionally, one person has been apprehended, while another has been publicly announced as wanted by AHTU. Alongside this, AHTU has taken action against two other spa operators.

A Significant Human Trafficking Racket has been Busted in a Residential Area.

The Zone 2 LCB team had received information about a person named Vipul Goswami, who was involved in the human trafficking business. He was luring financially needy young women from outside the state to his residence located at Shantikunj Society No. 7, Atrey Society Word No. 6, near Old Padra Road, for economic gain. These young women were being kept in his house, where they were involved in illegal activities with men, with prices ranging from 4,000 to 5,000 rupees. This operation has exposed a major human trafficking operation in the area.

A Complaint has been Registered with the Police.

Based on this information, a joint operation was conducted by the AHTU and Zone 2 LCB team, along with Police Inspector Dr. B. B. Patel, at the location. During this operation, four young women were found, and they were rescued from the clutches of human trafficking. In connection with this case, Mohammad Saifuddin Kamaruddin, who currently resides at a club in Samapara, Beldanga, West Bengal (originally from Hazaribagh, Jharkhand) is facing charges under the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956, sections 3, 4, 5, and IPC sections 144 and 188. Legal proceedings have been initiated against him. Additionally, Vipul Goswami has been declared as wanted.

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