Raj Sekhar timesofindia.indiatimes.com NEW DELHI: The owner of a city 'placement agency' held an 'auction' for three Jharkhand girls, including a minor, intending to sell these trafficked women to the highest bidder in a throwback to the days of slavery, police said. The girls, brought to the capital on the promise of jobs as domestic helps, were rescued by the anti-human trafficking unit of the crime branch. Police have arrested the owner of the placement agency and are now looking for other suspects. to read more: timesofindia.indiatimes.com
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