Online prostitution all over India Chennai police who went to Orissa to arrest those

Online prostitution all over India Chennai police who went to Orissa to arrest those

Police in Bhubaneswar have arrested Jothi Ranjan Jena, a prostitute from Bhubaneswar, Orissa, who had been engaged in prostitution in major cities including Chennai for the past 10 years through a social networking site in Chennai. Also arrested were his friend Krishna Chandra Swain who was doing business with him.

There are more than 15 cases pending against Jyoti Ranjan in police stations across Chennai and in the anti-prostitution unit. Chennai police have been searching for him for more than 10 years as he has been engaged in prostitution through a social networking site.

It has been revealed that he was running a prostitution business through the popular dating website Locando. For this purpose, they give a WhatsApp number and send a pornographic photo of the women they have to those who contact them through it and attract the customer. Since then, they have been booking rooms online at serviced apartments and popular hotels in Chennai, including Kindi, Nungambakkam and The Nagar, and engaging in prostitution.

It has been revealed that they have been engaged in prostitution for at least 20 thousand to 40 thousand per hour.

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He has been involved in prostitution with a total of eight cell phones, one for each state, the WhatsApp Group. Police are shocked to learn that more than 50 WhatsApp groups have been involved in prostitution across India.

The investigation has revealed that he has been running this business only in the star hotels that may be popular in Chennai.
The investigation has revealed that many college students, heads of families and movie stars were booked on flights from various states including Mumbai and brought to Chennai for prostitution. It has been revealed that he has been earning Rs 3 to 5 crore per year.

Also, police say that if customers or women who can be trusted call him and give him two rings and then do not call back within an hour immediately, they usually vacate their hotel rooms and fly away.

Jothi Ranjan Jena, a resident of Bhubaneswar, Orissa, was chased by police for about 20 km with the help of Orissa police.

Police are continuing to investigate the arrests.

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