NEW DELHI: The AAP on Wednesday questioned the Delhi Police and the Centre on their alleged inaction against human trafficking and said those involved in the racket were hand in glove with the top echelons in power.
The Aam Aadmi Party’s accusations came after the Delhi Commission for Women rescued as many as 74 girls from different locations in Delhi in the past one week, reports IANS.
Addressing the media here, AAP Chief Spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj said: “It is shocking that the Delhi Police had no intelligence about the girls being brought here from Nepal to be sold in some Gulf countries. It is almost as if the police had no interest in the matter.”
He said that the areas from where these girls were rescued were not some remote locations. “Everyone knew about it, but even then the police did not bother to file an FIR or arrest anyone, except small fries like cooks and drivers.”