2 Thai women seek help after being lured into prostitution in India

Two Thai women sought assist from a lawyer after a Thai girl and her Indian husband lured them into prostitution in India.
The lawyer, Nopphon Auamson, revealed to the media yesterday, June 26, that 32 12 months previous May and her pal 30 12 months outdated Da, who are trapped in India, known as and requested he facilitate their return to Thailand.
ThaiRath interviewed the 2 girls about the issue. They disclosed that they resided in Udon Thani and Yasothon within the northeastern a part of Thailand earlier than going to India. A Thai woman named Apple invited them to work as maids at a hotel in Mumbai City of India.
Apple assured May and Da that they’d earn at least a hundred,000 to a hundred and fifty,000 rupees per month which is about 60,000 to 70,0000 baht. May and Da agreed to go and work on the hotel for 3 months and travelled to the nation on April 4 of this yr.
Upon their arrival at New Delhi’s airport, Apple and her Indian husband came to choose them up and escorted them to a lodge where they stayed for a night. The next day, the couple took them to the Orange Hotel in the southern city of Visakhapatnam.
Once there, Apple’s husband confiscated their passports and confined them to a lodge room. He knowledgeable them that leaving the room was prohibited, and a team would bring them meals and beverages. Eventually, they have been coerced into partaking in prostitution.
On June eight, they refused to service clients, main to a minimal of one Indian man slapping them and beating them together with his belt. Desperate for assist, the ladies reached out to other Thai individuals in India, and a Thai man responded to their plea, submitting a grievance with the Indian police. Index intervened, rescuing them and arranging for a medical examination at a hospital.
To guarantee their security, the women have been placed beneath the protection of Indian authorities. They have been residing in a supervised dormitory, guarded by law enforcement officials 24/7, for a complete of 18 days. However, they’re struggling to discover a means to return to Thailand, which prompted them to seek assistance from a Thai lawyer.
Thairath reported that the ladies have shared their ordeal with the Paveena Foundation for Children and Women, the Immigration Bureau, the Royal Thai Police, and other related departments, all working collectively to support the victims. They are currently awaiting the lawyer’s help in facilitating their journey back residence..

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