'3 SPOs among 5 arrested for running sex racket'
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Jammu, July 15: A sex racket allegedly being run by some policemen has been busted here with the arrest of three Special Police officers (SPOs) and two others in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.
A girl, who was rescued from a house in the area where the racket was being run, told police that she was forced into sex racket allegedly by the SPOs -- Sharief, Rakesh Kumar, Saleem -- on the pretext of providing her a job, SP Rajouri Mubassir Latifee told reporters today.
Following the complaint, police constituted a special team and arrested the three SPO, a Selection Grade Constable (SGC) Haneef, whose house was allegedly used for the flesh trade, and Sharief's wife.
While the SPOs have been dismissed from services, action would be taken against SGC Haneef, he said.
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