crime Gurugram Police busted prostitution racket in gurugram Posted on February 15, 2019 3 min read 0 0 75 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Police on Wednesday arrested two individuals, including the manager of a nightclub, from MGF Metropolitan Mall on Mehrauli-Gurugram (MG) Road, for their supposed inclusion in a prostitution racket. The police said the raid was directed around 12.30 pm by two teams from DLF Phase-2 police station and the Metro police stations. Poonam Hooda, station house officer (SHO) of the Metro police station, who led one of the teams, said the police sent a decoy customer to the club, after a tip-off was received. “The decoy client met a lady near to the dance floor and she demanded Rs 2000 in exchange of sexual favors. A deal was settled upon. Subsequent to accepting a signal from him, we led the raid at the club and arrested the lady and the director, who was likewise purportedly associated with the prostitution racket. We recovered four notes of Rs 500 denominations from the lady that were supposedly given to her by the decoy client,” said SHO Hooda. The manager was recognized as a resident of NIT Faridabad. The police said the owner of the club was likewise booked, yet he is yet to be arrested.”The 24-year-old person artist, an occupant of Delhi, had been working in the club for more than one year. Amid addressing, she said that she used to give an offer of daily income to the owner and manager,” said SHO Hooda. The police said the accused people were produced in the district court on Thursday and were sent to judicial custody. A case was enrolled against the blamed people under sections for the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, said the police. The police said they will keep in touch with the division authorities and start procedures to drop the liquor permit of the dance club. “We will request the committee under the deputy commissioner, formed to review the functioning of such clubs, to recommend their closure,” said Karan Goyal, assistant commissioner of police (crime).