CCB raids two dance bars in Bengaluru, investigation underway
Earlier, the CCB police rescued 74 women who were allegedly forced to dance at a bar in Bengaluru’s Domlur
Bengaluru: Central Crime Branch (CCB) police conducted raids on two dance bars here on Tuesday (October 15). From the ‘Metro Night’ club, the CCB officials rescued 71 women, who were from Mumbai, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh and Nepal.
Another raid was conducted at the dance bar situated in Devanahalli, in the outskirts of Bengaluru.
In Devanahalli, the police have arrested three people and have seized Rs 2,22,500 and mobile phones.
In June, as many as 74 women who were allegedly forced to dance at a bar in Bengaluru’s Domlur were rescued after the Central Crime Branch (CCB) conducted a raid. As many as 53 people were also arrested, which included two managers and a cashier.
CCB officials conducted a raid on the Chef Regency Inn in Domlur wherein they recovered cash to the tune of Rs 1.04 lakh. The 74 women who were rescued from the bar were allegedly illegally employed by the management of the bar and were forced to entertain customers who visited the bar.