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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Pettah police apprehended nine people in connection with an alleged prostitution racket that had been operating in a rented house in Pattoor. According to Pettah Inspector Suresh V. Nair, Naseema alias Thaatha, 55, who has been involved in around 10 similar cases in the Pettah, Vanchiyoor, Thampanoor, Fort, and Nedumangad police station limits, is the prime accused in the case. The others who were arrested include Salim Khan, 48, and Kishore, 46, of Nedumangad, Jayakumar, 38, of Thampanoor, and Vinesh, 26, of Peroorkada.

Four women, three of whom hailed from Karnataka and the other from Ernakulam, were victims in the alleged racket. While Salim is the brother-in-law of the prime accused, the other men were alleged clients of the illegal operation, the police said. The investigating team also confiscated three motorcycles, eight mobile phones, and some cash from the house. Those arrested were remanded in judicial custody.

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