Delhi: Sex racket running under the guise of spa center busted, 11 girls including owner arrested – Cross Rive Mall spa center Police Raid 11 girls including owner arrested Delhi LCLAB

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    11 girls arrested including the owner of the spa center in the guise of spa center

Delhi News: Police have busted a sex racket running at the Spa Center of Cross River Mall in Karkardooma, Delhi. Police raided the spa center and arrested the owner of the spa center and 11 girls. DCP R. Saathiya Sundaram said that the arrested accused has been identified as Sunil Katiyal, a resident of Geeta Colony.

DCP R. Saathiya Sundaram told that information was received that the business of sexual intercourse is going on in Heaven Spa Center on the first floor of Cross River Mall. As soon as the information was received, a team of SI Vineet Pratap, Head Constable Vijay, Head Constable Siddharth, Constable Vipin and Constable Harkesh was formed under the supervision of Inspector Harkesh Gaba and under the leadership of Inspector Vikas.

A policeman involved in this team reached the spa center posing as a fake customer. Where 1000 was demanded from him for massage. He was shown 11 girls and told that 1000 extra charge would be taken for sex. On this, the policeman who arrived as a fake customer gave a missed call to the police team waiting outside. As soon as the information was received, the police team raided and arrested the owner of the spa center and 11 girls.

Investigation has revealed that the license of the spa had expired. The police have written to the SDM and East Delhi Municipal Corporation to seal the spa center. Let us tell you that a few days ago, the police busted a sex racket running in a spa center named Avon in Cross River Mall, Anand Vihar.

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