Two nuns and teenagers were taken off the train on suspicion of some people from a train going from Delhi to Rourkala. Nuns released on suspicion of human trafficking were produced before the Railway Police. Both the nuns were from Kerala. On the complaint of the people, the nuns were alighted at Jhansi station and after interrogating for about an hour, they were dispatched from another train. In the interrogation, the complaint was found to be false and was dropped.
A spokesperson for Rewale said, “On March 19, we received a complaint against two nuns traveling with two young girls in the same coach. A passenger of the Utkal Express called our helpline and complained. Later, one A written complaint was also received. Upon investigation, we found that there was no human trafficking or any kind of case. He was later released and sent back. ”
An officer narrating the incidents said that on March 19, at about 7:45 am there was a report that two nuns were carrying two girls in a suspected case of human trafficking by Utkal Express. On receiving this information, GRP and RPF Jhansi jointly entered the train at 7:52 pm.
In the train, two girls were found traveling with two female passengers and to inquire into the matter, all four were unloaded from the train and brought to the Government Railway Police Station Jhansi for further verification as the stoppage time was short. .
The officer said that the case was verified by the GRP and it was found that the allegations in the complaint were false and dropped.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday assured strict action against those who allegedly harassed Kerala nuns during their train journey to Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh.
Addressing an election rally, Shah said, “I want to assure the people of Kerala that the culprits behind this incident will be punished at the earliest.”