The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has formed a committee under one of its member Sarika Chaudhary to look into the cases of the 13 girls who were rescued from a brothel at the Kabari Bazar in Meerut from capital’s G.B Road.
The committee will be inquiring on how these girls reached the brothels located at the Old Delhi’s G.B. Road.
The DCW came into action after Shakti Vahini, an NGO and a partner of DCW in its Crisis Intervention Cell (CIC) programme, rescued all 13 girls with the help of Meerut Police from the Kabari Bazar brothel.
The rescued girls
In a course of preliminary investigation, the DCW and the Meerut Police found out that the girls were first brought to the G.B. Road brothels, and then were sent to the Meerut red light area at the Kabari Bazar.
The rescuers committee comprises of DCW’s Human Trafficking Cell staff and the members of Shakti Vahini.
The DCW will be recording the statements of all the 13 girls and will launch an inquiry into the case to find out the gangs behind this crime.
The Meerut Police has also registered a case in this regard.