After Rescuing Sex Worker, Mumbai Police Gift Her To Their Informer Who Then Rapes Her






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Even after these cops in Mumbai rescued a sex worker, she was still at their whims and mercy – and still treated as a sex worker.  Chunabhatti cops have been reported for ‘gifting’ a sex worker to their informant, 35-year-old Rikesh Jha.

20 hours later, the 20 year old girl returned to the station, to file a rape case against Jha, Mid-Day reported.


The police that they sent her with the informant in “good faith” – Jha had served as an informant about a prostitution ring being operated out of a spa and salon in Chembur, following which the spa was raided.



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The woman’s complaints are being investigated under Sections 341, 364, 376 and 506 of the Indian Penal Code, while Jha has been taken into police custody.

Criminal lawyer Abdul Wahab Khan said, “In this case, the police should first charge Jha with robbery — because he snatched the complainant’s PAN card at the hotel — and kidnapping because he told her he is taking her to meet a police officer and instead took her to the hotel and raped her.” Jha later told the cops that the woman in question was his source, asking her to be let off.  “We trusted Jha as such informers help us in cracking big cases in future,” said a police officer.

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