5 Nepalese girls rescued from a brothel in India have been reunited with their households with the assistance of an anti-trafficking organisation.
The 5 girls had been dwelling in a heinous ambiance in a brothel in Agra for 17 months.
They had been stored within the state safety shelter of the Authorities of India for 12 months for fulfilling authorized procedures after they had been rescued final 12 months, in keeping with the police.
Maiti India, the NGO, helped them in reuniting with their households. Police performed their DNA check for his or her security.
“They had been bought to the brothel in India by Nepalese brokers. After completion of their DNA check they’ve been handed over to their households,” stated the police.
“The DNA check was performed to make sure that they weren’t taken again to the brothel by the brokers pretending as their family members,” a press release issued by Nepal Police stated.