OST Crime Bureau
Bhubaneswar, Dec 16:
An 18-year-old girl, who was allegedly forced into flesh trade by her mother along with some of her relatives, on Monday knocked on the doors of the State Women’s Commission (SWC) here and sought its intervention in providing justice to her.
In her memorandum submitted to the SCW, Ms Nayak, a resident of Baramunda under Khandagiri police limits, said her mother Sanju Nayak, along with Vicky Karmakar, Peta and Susmita Nayak, were forcing her into the flesh trade since September 8 this year.
On her refusal to get into the flesh trade, they tortured her both physically and mentally, the victim said.
“Unable to take the torture, I fled to my sister-in-law’s house at Brajaraj Nagar. But after two months of stay, my mother, along with some staffs of Khandagiri police, forcibly took me away from there,” she said.
Thereafter, the mother of Ms Nayak allegedly left her at her brother’s house for two months but her suffering and torture continued even there, the harassed victim informed.
“On November 2, I lodged a complaint with Mahila Police Station. But till now, the police have not done anything. The culprits are still moving freely in the city,” Ms Nayak said, adding, “Today, I am here to get justice from the SCW”.