New Delhi, Jun 29 (PTI) The National Commission for Women (NCW) today wrote to Home Minister Rajnath Singh seeking his intervention over alleged police inaction in the case pertaining to trafficking of two women to Oman. Also Read - Media Trial Contemptuous, Hinders Justice: HC on Coverage of Sushant Singh Rajput Death Case

The NCW cited a media report that the women, rescued from Oman, were trafficked by travel agents and pushed into prostitution. Also Read - MHT CET Law 2021 Final Merit List to be Released Today at mahacet.org, Check Latest Details on Maharashtra Law CET 2021 Selection Status Here

The report highlighted that the victims were under constant threat and the police inaction in the matter was also highlighted, the commission said. Also Read - Tandav Row: Saif Ali Khan's Residence Beefed Up With Security Personnel Amid Rising Controversy

It was also reported that most of the victims taken to Oman were lured by agents with the promise of better job prospects.

The NCW requested the home minister to issue necessary directions for free and fair probe into the matter and take appropriate action against the culprits.

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