Assam: According to the official, an operation was conducted out in a home in the Teteliguri district, near Rangia Railway Station, based on intelligence input.
In Assam’s Kamrup (Rural) district, a human trafficking ring was uncovered on Saturday, with ten people rescued, including two minors.
As per sources, three suspected traffickers were captured by a joint squad of local police and the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB24 )’s battalion during the raid.
Raid conducted out in a home in Teteliguri district, Assam
According to the official, a raid was conducted out in a home in the Teteliguri district, near Rangia Railway Station, based on intelligence information.
Thirteen people were apprehended at the house, and officials said that three of them — a man, his son, and his daughter — allegedly operating a suspected human trafficking operation depending on spot interrogation.
A PAN card, eight multimedia cellular phones, and one motorcycle lacking a registration number were discovered during the investigation, according to the official.
Police detains the three alleged human smugglers
The remaining ten people, including two females and a handful of juveniles from various regions of Assam, were purportedly kept in the apartment and were to be brought to New Delhi with the prospect of work in private industries, according to sources.
Police have detained the three alleged human smugglers.
Officials stated that the rescued individuals had been handed over to the police for rehabilitation.