Not a hotel, but a moving car used for s*x racket

A shocking incident is coming to light in the capital city of Bhubaneswar in Odisha, where a moving car was involved in a sex racket. This revelation is extremely surprising because this racket was operating on the streets. The main reason for conducting this sex racket in this manner was that it didn’t have a fixed location like a house, hotel, or guesthouse. The deal was done only after booking the car so that no one gets to know about it. This is a new way of running a sex racket.

The mastermind behind this sex racket was a 35-year-old woman named Manjulata. This illicit operation involved the utilization of young women between the ages of 18 and 22 in the racket. This method was discovered because two months ago, the police raided a guesthouse and arrested the female mastermind along with four girls. This temporarily halted their operations in this business. However, according to the information, a few days ago, they resumed the sex racket business using cars as a means of operation. They feared that if they operated from a guesthouse or any other fixed location, the police could catch them during a raid. Therefore, they turned a moving car into their base for the sex racket.

The sex workers would contact their clients through phone calls and arrange meetings at specific locations. Once the deal was finalized, the girls would be taken in the car. However, this new method couldn’t last for long. One day, a police PCR van noticed a car behaving suspiciously. The driver became aware of the police’s presence and attempted to escape. The PCR van chased and stopped the car. Upon searching the car, two girls were found in the front seat, and a man was found in an alarming condition in the back seat.

Rescue operations were conducted, and a total of six girls and one man from this racket were rescued. They were taken to a shelter room. The police are currently investigating whether these girls were brought from other states for the purpose of this sex racket or not.

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