Sahara Samay Rashtriya tries to rehabilitate a flesh trade victim

MUMBAI: Sahara Samay Rashtriya's correspondent Arup Chatterjee saved Juhi Ghosh from the clutches of the flesh trade, which is reportedly rampant on the Bangladesh India border. The 18 year old's parents had abandoned her in Bangladesh when they fled to India in search for livelihood. Sahara Samay Rashtriya team brought Juhi from the Bonga Border to Delhi via West Bengal, Bihar and UP.     

Sahara Samay Rashtriya had plans to hand over the care of the girl to an NGO or any other appropriate institution once they reached Delhi. However, at Palam Airport in Delhi, the Sahara Samay team were restrained under the alleged instructions of the DG, Police, West Bengal. The West Bengal Police, according to the news channel is trying to cover up the 'Flesh Trade' which is rampant at Indo-Bengal border area.

Sahara Samay Rashtriya says that the only reason their reporter got involved in this episode was to save the life of an 18 year old girl, who had no option but to sell herself to survive in this world. They further add that in the attempt to cover up this episode, the Bengal police instructed the CISF to restrict the Sahara Samay team at the airport at Delhi. Gosh was taken in custody by CISF at Palam Airport along with Sahara Samay team and handed over to the Delhi Police.

The Sahara Samay reporter was also detained but later released. Ghosh was later produced in court. The channel reiterates its involvement and says it will do it's best to ensure that the girl is rehabilitated.

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