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Northeast Girls Arrested on massage parlour sex racket

Chennai, Jun 21 : The police on Saturday claimed to have busted a sex racket following a raid on a massage parlour in Teynampet and arrested four persons. Four women — two from Manipur and two from Nepal — were rescued and sent to the government home in Mylapore.

Acting on a tip-off, police teams sent a decoy to the ‘Jai Rali Natural Health Spa’ in Teynampet. After confirming that the reported irregularities were indeed happening, the decoy informed the police teams waiting outside the spa.

The latter barged into the parlour and arrested Sunil, 32, of Kerala, Murali Kumar, 35, of Saidapet, Pugazhenthi, 38, of Jafferkhanpet and Suresh, 41, of Virugambakkam. Mani, who owns the outlet, is absconding.

Two Manipuri girls and two Nepali girls, who were ostensibly employees of the massage parlour but were allegedly indulging in sex work, were rescued and sent to a government home in Mylapore. The police said that Rs 3,000 to Rs 5,000 was charged for different types of services at the parlour.

The Teynampet police registered a case under Sections 3 (1), 4 (1) (a) and 7 (1) of the Immoral Trafficking Prohibition (ITP) Act. Chennai, Jun 21 : The police on Saturday claimed to have busted a sex racket following a raid on a massage parlour in Teynampet and arrested four persons. Four women — two from Manipur and two from Nepal — were rescued and sent to the government home in Mylapore.

Acting on a tip-off, police teams sent a decoy to the ‘Jai Rali Natural Health Spa’ in Teynampet. After confirming that the reported irregularities were indeed happening, the decoy informed the police teams waiting outside the spa.

The latter barged into the parlour and arrested Sunil, 32, of Kerala, Murali Kumar, 35, of Saidapet, Pugazhenthi, 38, of Jafferkhanpet and Suresh, 41, of Virugambakkam. Mani, who owns the outlet, is absconding.

Two Manipuri girls and two Nepali girls, who were ostensibly employees of the massage parlour but were allegedly indulging in sex work, were rescued and sent to a government home in Mylapore. The police said that Rs 3,000 to Rs 5,000 was charged for different types of services at the parlour.

The Teynampet police registered a case under Sections 3 (1), 4 (1) (a) and 7 (1) of the Immoral Trafficking Prohibition (ITP) Act.