After girls from the North Eastern States, it appears that girls from across the countries borders are now being forced to work in beauty parlours going by the letter written by the Indonesian Embassy to the Goa Police.
In a letter addressed to Director General of Goa Police Bhimsen Bassi, the Indonesian Embassy officials said that around 11 girls are being forced to work in parlours in Goa and Mumbai by a spa owner who has held back by a spa owner.
Police Inspector Sunita Sawant said that the owner besides holding the passports is also in possession of their residential permits and is using this to force the girls to work at the two parlours in Goa, situated at Panjim and Calangute and one in Bandra, Mumbai.
Eight of the girls working in Goa contacted their embassy after the Spa owner refused to return their passports when they asked for it following complaints of harassment while at work.
It may be recalled that recently Goa police raided two massage parlours at Candolim and Porvorim and rescued 11 girls from the North Eastern states who were pushed into prostitution under the guise of working in a beauty parlour.