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Deoria: After Bihar's Muzaffarpur Shelter Home Scandal, the body trade case busted out Deoria, Uttar Pradesh. 

According to the sources, the case took place in Ma Vindawasini women training and social service institute. A girl from the shelter home managed to escaped,late Sunday evening and disclosed the police about the horror going on at the shelter home.

The escaped girl told that several cars came everyday to pick girls above 15 years old and the girls came crying the next morning.

Police raided on the basis of the complaint made by the girl. As soon as the information was received, adequate police force reached the spot and started investigation.Police rescued 24 girls and children from the shelter home and  around 18 children are now being searched. All of them have been sent to Balia, Gorakhpur's child Home. The police had also arrested the director of the shelter home, along with her husband.

In this case, SP Rohan P. Kanay said" government had cancelled the affiliation of child shelter home, girls shelter home and reformation home runs by Ma Vindawasini women training and social service society".

SP Kanay added that initial investigation had revealed that the girls of 15- 18 aged group living there were forced into prostitution. SP Kanay informed that the building was sealed and the owner Girija Tripathi, along with her husband Mohan Tripathi were arrested, the manager Kancanlata is still on the search.

 DPO Deoria said Maa Vindhwasini was a women's training and social service institute. As per information the total of 42 women and children were living in the shelter home in which 18 children, women and girls were still missing.

State Women & Child Welfare Minister Rita Bahuguna Joshi said that orders to shut the institution was given last year after it was found that they were running it illegally. She further said on August 1 that an FIR  was also lodged to put a stop on the illegal acts being carried out. 

SP said that the case had been registered and matter is investigated by the police from each side.


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