Bajrang Dal workers today foiled a woman-trafficking attempt to rescue a Hindu girl from love jihad in Odisha. Sabir Ali from Murshidabad (West Bengal) enticed a Hindu girl from Odisha into a relationship, abducted her and took her to West Bengal by train. However, timely intervention by a group of Bajrang Dal activists saved her life. They Bajrangis intercepted the suspect with the help of RPF.
Bajrang Dal karyakartas caught Sabir at Jajpur, Odisha, while fleeing with the girl to West Bengal and then Dubai.
The accused Sabir, whose attempt was thwarted, is a professional who fakes his identity to trap girls in love jihad to sell them in Dubai. His original name came out only when he reluctantly showed his passport to the police and the Bajrang Dal Karyakartas.
As per the statement by Sabir Ali, in front of the RPF, he admitted that he was already married and that he had two wives. Ganjam Police and RPF confiscated his visa and passport.
According to the local sources, Sabir had trafficked two other Hindu girls out of Odisha and their whereabouts are yet to be known. Sabir was working as a civil craftsman in a remote village, where the majority of the population is Hindu.
Sabir trapped the girl posing himself as a Hindu boy who returned from Saudi due to COVID. He succeeded to take the girl almost near West Bengal border by train. Sabir insisted the girl wear the burqa for concealing her identity. This brought suspicion in the mind of the girl.
Sabir brought the girl to Bhubaneswar in a car. From there, they travelled in Puri Howrah Express to West Bengal and from there he was planning to take her to Dubai from there, said a complaint by the parents of the Hindu girl.