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in New Delhi,Bombay and other metropolitans   in India.


This has become very common for rich in metropolitans to have alternate keep women from former republics of Soviet Union..they are cheep and easy to   deal.


Here is an example :


 


Uzbek women remanded in judicial custody
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 19
Three Uzbek women, who were arrested from Sector 17 market yesterday without valid travel documents, were remanded in judicial custody till August 2 today. There were reports that some foreigners were allegedly involved in flesh trade in the city and its surrounding areas.

They were booked under Section 14 of the Foreigner’s Act for allegedly neither possessing visas nor passports.

Feroza, Gulbahar and Mukrram were arrested yesterday when they failed to produce before the police their travel documents.

They were today produced before a local court, which sent them in judicial custody till August 2.

The Chandigarh Police checked up with the Foreigners branch if it had been informed about the presence of these women in the city. Neither they nor the hotel in which they were suspected to have stayed during the past 10 days, had informed the police about their presence. A hotel is supposed to inform the police about the presence of a foreigner within 24 hours of his or her checking in.

The police has informed the embassy of Uzbekistan about their arrest. The police had a tough time handling the women, who refused to cooperate with it. They did not even allow the police photographers to take their snaps. Though the women disclosed their names and nationality to the police, there was no proof, a police officer said. The women might have misled the police. An officer said the women could speak their own language, Punjabi and Hindi apart from English to some extent but they preferred to keep silent before interrogators. They were believed to have come to the city from Delhi, where women from former Soviet Union had been arrested for allegedly been involved in flesh trade.

A police officer said but for the non-possession of valid documents, the women could not even have been arrested.

The police tried to engage a decoy customer to find out if the women were involved in the flesh trade, but it could not arrange one. The fear of annoying the Embassy of Uzbekistan was haunting the investigating team. And the status of the foreigners was playing upon the mind of the Chandigarh Police officers.

The women had also come to the city a month back but returned after a couple of days without the police noticing it. The police, however, suspected that the women were brought by an agent from Delhi, who kept with him their travel documents. The interrogators virtually had to surrender before the women for a fear of their country objecting to their arrest in a serious case and lack of evidence.

However, questions like motive of their coming to India without travel documents, how they reached India and how they could have escaped immigration check while entering the country, when they reached the country from Uzbekistan were still unanswered.



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Chandigarh, July 19
Three Uzbek women, who were arrested from Sector 17 market yesterday without valid travel documents, were remanded in judicial custody till August 2 today. There were reports that some foreigners were allegedly involved in flesh trade in the city and its surrounding areas.

The Uzbek women, who were arrested for allegedly travelling to the city without valid documents in Chandigarh on Monday, after being produced in a local court. — A Tribune photograph


The Uzbek women, who were arrested for allegedly travelling to the city without valid documents in Chandigarh

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