Pramesh S Jain, Yogesh K Porwar
The Women protecting wing of the CCB on Sunday raided a house in mahadevapura area and rescued two women from Bangladesh from prostitution racket.
The accused have been identified as,Noushad Ali, 55,Riyazul SHekh,31,and Sameer Shahad,40 .
The police also recovered 11 Aadhar cards from the accused belonging to different persons.
Senior officer told reporters,the Women protection wing of CCB,received a credible inputs that three persons are running illegally prostitution racket in house located in Mahadevapura Involving two women from Bangladesh who were forced into flesh trade racket.
Based on a tip off a team led by Inspector Anjumala T Naik raided the house situated in Lakshmi sagar layout,Mahadevapura on sunday and rescued two women aged 22 and 19 years.
During the raid the team rescued two women from Bangladesh and during questioning the woman told the police that they were brought to city from Dhaka on the pretext of offering job and forced them into the prostitution.
While the accused had gone out to get the customers following which the police team waited for them and later arrested them when they returned.
During investigation the trio accused confessed the crime and revealed that they were creating the Aadhar cards for the women using fake documents to get the residential proof.
The police housed the woman in a state home for women and took the accused into custody to ascertain their criminal network and further investigation is on.
Finally Bengaluru Police Commissioner,Kamal Pant has appreciated Joint CP Crime,Sandeep Patil DCP Crime-1,KP Ravikumar ACP,Women protection Wing,SM Nagaraj,PIs,as,Anjumala T Naik, Mohammed Siraj and other staff who has successfully raided the house and arrested trio and rescued two women from the clutches of Prostitution business and for the commendable job done by them a suitable reward will be given to the team he added.