Kanpur: With the initiative of Kanpur commissionerate police, yet another woman, hailing from Jalandhar is all set to return to India from Oman on May 6 after being rescued from the clutches of human traffickers.
To recall, police commissioner Kanpur, Asim Kumar Arun, had approached the upper-ups in Delhi in this regard who pursued the matter with the Indian embassy in Muscat. He additionally wrote to the Indian embassy in Muscat, and police had been in fixed contact with officers of the Government of Oman.
DCP (crime) Salman Taj Patil stated, “The woman’s daughter had approached the commissionerate police and requested them to rescue her mother from the clutches of human traffickers. Subsequently, the police got in touch with our counterparts in Jalandhar and explained to them the rescue process following which they (Jalandhar police) immediately swung into action and contacted the Indian embassy in Muscat.”
“The authorities at Indian embassy in Muscat approached Oman’s higher-ups and finally got the woman released from there. All the formalities in this regard were fulfilled. The woman is likely to reach Delhi on May 6. Once, she reaches her native place, the police will contact her and try to collect more clues with regard to other countrymen who have been held captive there,” the DCP additional stated.
In April, police had arrested Atiq and Muzammil, two members of a human trafficking gang, from town following a grievance filed by a Unnao resident on the Colonelganj police station accusing the duo of dishonest.
The duo had despatched the complainant’s 40-yr-previous spouse to Oman with a promise of a nicely-paid job.
The complainant stated his spouse as a substitute landed on the home of a ‘kafeel’ (guarantor), who pressured her to do family work for very much less wage. Since then, she had been calling her husband to get her again to India.
During interrogation, the accused confessed that they had been half of a nicely-organised worldwide human trafficking racket and had despatched practically 18 individuals, particularly girls, from throughout the nation, to international nations in opposition to a hefty fee.