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Flesh trade racket busted in Pimpri Chinchwad

The bust was conducted by the Social Security Cell of the Crime Branch of Pimpri Chinchwad police late on April 1 evening. An FIR in the case was filed on April 2. Police have arrested the 25-year-old spa manager.

By: Express News Service | Pune |
Updated: April 4, 2022 7:14:54 am
Police have arrested the spa manager and have launched a search for its owner. (Representational)

THE PIMPRI Chinchwad police have busted an alleged flesh trade racket running from a spa and wellness centre in Pimple Saudagar area and have rescued four women. Police have arrested the spa manager and have launched a search for its owner.

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The bust was conducted by the Social Security Cell of the Crime Branch of Pimpri Chinchwad police late on April 1 evening. An FIR in the case was filed on April 2. Police have arrested the 25-year-old spa manager.

An official from the cell said that after receiving a tip-off about a flesh trade racket being run from a spa, a raid was conducted at the establishment.

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The police have launched a search for the owner, a woman aged around 35. They have rescued four women — two from Maharashtra and two from West Bengal — who were allegedly forced into prostitution.

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