CSA in the news – 30th April 2013

7 arrested for trafficking girls


Seven members of a gang that abducted girls from Delhi and sold them to middle-aged men across the country as brides have been arrested. The four men and three women were reportedly caught in a police operation to rescue two kidnapped teenaged girls from Sagarpur in southwest Delhi.


Two minors rescued in a case of human trafficking


In a case of human trafficking, in which the Ratlam police rescued two girls aging 5-year-old and a 17-year-old from Jaora area, the police are now interrogating the accused to find links for further arrest of people involved.



Bikaner school bus driver rapes 15-year-old at gunpoint, held


Chak 42 KYD village in Khajuwala here has been rattled once again on Friday night when a school bus driver, Rajesh Vishnoi, armed with a gun, allegedly raped a class X girl student several times in the vehicle throughout Friday night after drugging her.




‘Separate section for girl students on issues like harassment’


In a first, the state government has proposed a separate section for girls in schools and colleges to discuss sensitive issues like sexual harassment. It has also recommended three-month mandatory self-defence training for girls once a year at schools and colleges.