Kerala Couple held in Mumbai for online flesh trade targeted at Middle east
A Kerala couple was booked in Mumbai by state police with the help of Mumbai ATS in connection with online flesh trade to Middle east under Operation Big Daddy, a Kerala police project to crackdown sex racket.
The couple Abdul Nazer of Balussery, Kozhikode, and his wife Shahida of Chandanathoppe, were held on their arrival at the Mumbai airport from Bahrain.
The Timesof India reports that the police team reportedly received information that the couple had helped Joyce and Mujeeb--both already arrested--take around 60 women to the Gulf.
The information about the couple was figured by the police from the statements of Joyce and several victims. Sahida arrived the airport at first and police let her go out since they wanted Nazer too. Nazer arrived airport after Shahida checking in a hotel nearby. The report says that Nazer was held soon after he arrived airport and later his wife was booked from hotel.
The duo would be brought to Kerala on Friday.