The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) rescued 16 girls in Delhi’s Munirka on Wednesday morning, July 25, who were trafficked from Nepal. DCW chief Swati Maliwal on Twitter said that the girls were trafficked to India from Nepal and were being sent to the Middle East. She mentioned that the passports of these women were taken away by the agent involved. According to her, the women were kept in a small room. Milawal was appreciated for her ‘excellent work’ and was awarded an extension. after the rescue operation, she said that her next target is to end prostitution in Delhi.

Earlier, Maliwal has taken various initiatives in order to rescue women in Delhi, she contacted the MCDs, Delhi Jal Board (DJB) and electricity companies to find out the owners of GB road. to this, Maliwal said, “prostitution was the worst form of slavery and legalising the trade would promote trafficking.”

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