A man saved 26 teenage girls who were boarded on train had been suspected to be trapped of human trafficking. On 5th of July this week, Mr Adarsh Srivastav saw some girls were in fidget during their journey on Muzzafarpur-Bandra bound, Awadh express. He tweeted for their help on his post related to human trafficking.
Railway police force got this tip came in action immediately. In general uniform they also boarded on the train at Kaptanganj railway station in UP, and reached to these girls.
The policemen watched their activities closely up to Gorakhpur railway station, and then got down them safely here by arresting two other travelling suspects.
Railway police has issued a statement, ‘the saved girls are the resident of West Champaran in Bihar. They were being carried from Narkatiyaganj to Iedgah. They all are teenage and have been handed over to Bal Kalyan Samiti (Child Welfare Committee). The two suspects, aged 22 and 55, have been arrested.
Police have begun its investigation assuming it a matter of human trafficking including other motives after registering FIR.

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