GUWAHATI, Jan 4 - Three minor Adivasi girls were rescued from Dumni area in Baksa district when they were being reportedly trafficked by a group of traffickers this afternoon.
The girls aged between 11 to 13 years were being brought to Guwahati when a team of Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA) intercepted them.
Although the traffickers manage to escape from the spot, police said that it was following the movement of the kingpin, who is believed to somewhere in Kokrajhar district.
The girls belong to Dumni tea garden in Baksa district.
The rescue operation was launched after family members of one of the girls intimated the team of BBA and the police about the developments.
�The girls were rescue from Dumni outpost after which a case was also registered,� sources stated.
Meanwhile, two more victims of trafficking and sexual abuse from Assam have decided to formally lodge complaint with the Delhi Police.
The minor girls complained that before the BBA that they were sexually abused from time to time, said Rakesh Senger, director, BBA while talking to this newspaper.
Senger said that BBA is providing all kind of assistance and support to the victims who were brought from Assam to New Delhi recently.
He also informed that the BBA, in its effort to raise awareness level in various trafficking affected districts, will launch a mass awareness programme in the State from this month itself.