Sex Worker Writes Letter to PM Modi for Exchange of Old Currency Notes

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A sex worker who is from Bangladesh approaches PM Narendra Modi and External affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on twitter asking for help to change her old currency notes of 10,000Rs which she got tips from her customers.

New Delhi: This Girl was rescued from the brothel in Pune’s Budhwarpeth in December 2015. A sex worker who asked for help to the leader of the country for changing the old currency notes of 10,000Rs to the new one.

This girl was brought to India telling him about getting a good job but was sold into commercial sex work. As she was rescued 2 years ago she got permission to go back to her home from the Indian higher authorities.This woman in her letter telling about her happening also she has written how she earned money from customers was in possession of the brothel owners.

The women wrote she had faced many big financial problems in Bangladesh here parents was not too rich to live an easy life. In her earlier days at Bangladesh, she worked in a garment factory from which she used to earn Rs9000 per month. However one of her colleagues told that she could earn more money in India and can live a decent life. But she didn’t know that under false job she was sold to Nepali women for Rs 50,000.

After that She was taken to Bengaluru was handed to another woman who forced him into prostitution. She was assured that she would be sent to Bangladesh She wrote.

However, It wasn’t done after the search operation held by the Rescue team she was rescued from Pune in December 2015 with all her money and belonging left in brothel place.

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