Pak detains 13 Chinese men for human trafficking

Rawalpindi, May 7 (IANS) | Publish Date: 5/7/2019 12:03:48 PM IST

Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Tuesday detained seven people, including three Chinese men, on suspicion of being involved in human trafficking, a day after arresting 10 Chinese nationals on similar charges.

Authorities accuse these men of allegedly arranging fake marriages with Pakistani girls before forcing them into prostitution in China. The men are also accused of using the young girls for organ removal. 
Seven people including three Chinese were arrested by FIA Rawalpindi on Tuesday. The gang was led by a Chinese national Song Chuaoyang, Geo News reported.
FIA busted a similar racket of 10 Chinese nationals on Monday.
A senior official at the FIA in Lahore, said its anti-human trafficking cell also rounded up four Pakistani partners in the prostitution ring.

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