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In a major break through, the East Godavari police have busted an international sex racket on Sunday and arrested four accused of different States. The DIG, Eluru Range, Mahesh M.Bhagawat and SP Nagi Reddy at a press conference said that they are planning to bring back prime accused and other conspirators whoa re in Dubai through immigration authorities. Police arrested four accused in this case viz., Mohd.Iqbal, Praveen alias Jareena, Salman Hussain and Ch.Srinu.

According to Bhagawat, human trafficking has increased from India to Dubai from the last three years, particularly from East and West Godavari districts. He said in this particular case, three girls, including a minor were rescued by Andhra Youth Ravi and Raju from a brothel house in Dubai and the three were sent along with passports with the help of Dubai police to Hyderabad. East Godavari Superintendent of Police Nagi Reddy and parents of the three victims received them at Hyderabad Airport.

Explaining the case details, the DIG said that the girl of Mandapeta approached Ch.Srinu of the same town for a job in 2007, lured her and took her to Chennai introduced Mohd.Iqbal who arranged passport for her to Dubai to engage her as servant maid in that country. He sent her to the main accused Abdul Hameed Umer of Bangalore who regularly send girls from Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka to Dubai. Hameed Umer in turn sold her to Chand Maa Banu alias Jareena alias Praveen who runs a brothel. In continuation, the girl’s sister Divya and another minor girl Ramani were sent to Dubai on the same pretext in 2008 and 2009 subsequently. The victims told the media that nearly 70 Andhra girls in Dubai brother houses. The DIG said that they alerted Immigration authorities, Interpol and other agencies to impound passports of prime accused Abdul Hameed Umar, Jafar of Chennai, Sajan of Kerala, Jayasri of Chennai, Basheer of Karnataka and Aruna Priya, Bhanu of Rajahmundry who are involved in the sex racket.

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