Metro Crime: Delhi police arrests man for trafficking Nepalese girls to gulf countries

21 Jan 2019 11:15 AM

Metro Crime: Delhi police arrests man for trafficking Nepalese girls to gulf countries

Updated 21 Jan 2019 11:15 AM

Man carrying a cash reward of Rs one lakh on his head, was arrested for allegedly involving in trafficking Nepalese girls to the Gulf countries on the pretext of giving them jobs, police said Sunday.
The accused, identified as Lopsang Lama, resided at Wazirabad and hails from Okhal Doonga district in east Nepal, they said.
According to police, Lama was involved in trafficking of Nepalese girls. On July 25 last year, a team of Delhi Commission for Women rescued 16 Nepalese girls from a house in Munirka village. 

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