362 human trafficking victims rescued this year

362 human trafficking victims rescued this year

21/9/2021 5:24:00 PM

362 human trafficking victims rescued this year

Most were Bangladeshis, Indonesians, and Indians.

A total of 362 victims of human trafficking were rescued in the first eight months of this year, police said.Hazril Kamis, Superintendent of Coordination/Investigation/International Relations of Bukit Aman Anti-Human Trafficking and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants Division (D3), said the victims were rescued in 77 raids conducted in that period.

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