Three traffic victim women return home

Indian police sent back three Bangladeshi women who were detained for staying there without any valid documents.  

The Petrapol Immigration Police of India handed over the women to Immigration Police of Benapole Check post in Bangladesh on Monday night.    

Officer-in-Charge (OC) Khorshed Alam of Benapole Check Post Immigration Police said human traffickers sent those three women to Mumbai in India two years ago. They intruded there with hopes of better life. They were working as domestic help in houses when Mumbai Police detained them.

Police sent them to Mumbai Central Jail. They were released following the steps of Nabojiban, an NGO of that country. 

Later, the women returned to Bangladesh on special travel permit. They were handed over to Benapole Port Police Station after the immigration process. 

Abdul Muhit, coordinator of the NGO agency Justice and Care, said they would be taken from the police station to their families and be handed over to the family.