Assam: Six women, Child Rescued From Traffickers in Kamrup


As many as seven people have been rescued from the clutches of human traffickers in the Kamrup district of Assam.

The people saved came from the states of Jharkhand, Tripura, and Assam.
The rescued persons include six women and one child.

The victims were taken from Tripura and Jharkhand, while some were from the districts of Udalguri, Dibrugarh, and Tinsukia of Assam.

They were rescued from a home near Rangia station in Assam.

The Assam police began an operation to save the victims after receiving information that they were being held in a house by a group of human traffickers.

However, the traffickers of the accused succeeded in escaping and evading their arrest.

The police informed us that efforts are underway to arrest the accused.