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    After five years Bangladeshi girl is now released from Vadodara Nari Sanrakshan Gruh

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    “When I came here in Vadodara from Kolkata three girls took me for flesh trade but in three days police caught me,” said the girl from Bangladesh who spent five years in Nari Sanrakshan Gruh in Vadodara and released on Friday.

    The Bangladeshi girl was released from the Nari Sanrakshan Gruh on Friday after the order by the state home department and send to her country.

    Sharmeen Mariza Parveen (35) from Vada Hoimatpur in Bangladesh said that she left her home after a quarell with her parents and boarded a goods train from the station and reached Kolkata.

    After reaching there she fell prey to the human traffickers and after released from there board a train and sit inside the toilet. She got down at Vadodara station and here also three girls took her to a place at Ajwa road.

    Parveen also said that she was forced into flesh trade and on the third way caught by the police and later send to the Nari Sanrakshan Gruh.

    After five years in Vadodara Nari Sanrakshan Gruh Sharmeen speaks Gujarati and on her release she cried and said that she wants to go to her parents now. She said the stay here taught her a important lesson to always listen to your parents and now she wants to be back to her home with her parents and siblings.

    As she is leaving for Bangladesh the pain of leaving her mates at the Nari Sanrakshan Gruh and the happiness returning back to her home was seen there.

    The chairman of Nari Sanrakshan Gruh Rita Manjrawala said that on 4th June 2011 Varnama police dropped Sharmeen Mirza along with four others here after they were caught. Three of the girls left after their parents took them after presenting the papers but this girl from Bangladesh was still there as for the first three years she don’t tell the original address of her. She told her name as Gita Pal earlier and after she told her real address the home department searched her parents and now she is heading back to her home.

    Varnama police take Sharmeen Mirza to Bhuj JIC and from there she will be sent to Bangladesh. The superintendent of Nari Sanrakshan Gruh Minakshi Der said that in five years Sharmeen Mirza earn 12,000 rupees with in house work and also completed course of Mehandi and beauty parlour here.

    On her return the money she earned was given to her and also the certificate of the courses she complete which will be great help for her in future.

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