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    Arrested three including two women for running the business

    Vadodara PCB police busted a flesh trade racket and arrested three including two women for running the business. The team found girls and customers during the raid and booked the two women under immoral trafficking act.

    PCB team received information about a prostitution racket was running through telephonic contact by keeping a rented house on Danteshwar Road. Based on the tip the team raid the spot and arrested three along with the women running the racket with 59330 in cash.

    PCB police inspector RC Kanmiya had received perfect information about a woman rented a house in Makarpura police station area and engaged in prostitution by telephonic contact. Presently she remain present there with clients at her house. The team raided the spot and found a man and women during a search of the house.

    During the preliminary interrogation, it was found out that women used to call men and women at the rented house and involved in the racket. The team arrested four women along with the customer and booked them under immoral trafficking act. Two of them are rescued by the team from this illegal flesh trade.

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