Twenty-seven victims of sex trafficking have been rescued in Thane, India. Three of the victims are minors. So far, seven traffickers have been arrested however that number is expected to grow.
These girls were exploited in a dance club and were paraded in front of clients who would choose them from a lineup. Their living conditions were similar to others who have been rescued in India. Many were hidden in a series of hallways, tunnels and rooms.
Operation Underground Railroad partnered with the Indian Rescue Mission to locate and rescue these young women. Our operatives are currently still in India and information is limited. We will provide you with additional information when it becomes available.
India treats all prostitutes, as victims and O.U.R. will help with their rehabilitation. Your donations are going towards rescuing and helping these young women. Thank you.