TNN | Jan 13, 2012, 01.49AM IST
NEW DELHI: Ten women have been rescued from the GB Road on Thursday. NGO Rescue Foundation had tipped-off the police regarding the racket. The victims were allegedly confined in the basement of one of the houses in the area. According to police, the women had been trafficked for prostitution. The women belong to different parts of the country. Eight came from Bengal, one from Bihar and another one from Andhra Pradesh. “A team, under the supervision of SHO Pramod Joshi, raided the area and rescued the girls. A case of illegal trafficking has been registered at the Kamla Market police station,” said a senior cop.Most of the girls are in the age group of 18-20 years, police said. The cops are awaiting the medical report to ascertain that no girl was a minor.