No job in India, Mumbai bar girls exported abroad

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Mumbai, Oct 2: Indian girls, especially from Mumbai reportedly rocked the dance floors in almost all bars in Middle-East countries. According to sources, Mumbai bar girls, who lost their jobs following a ban, have been forced to go abroad for their livelihood.

In 2005, Maharashtra government implemented a ban on all dance bars after passing the Police (amendment) Bill. Following the ban, thousands of bar girls in Mumbai became jobless.

Bar owners in the city reportedly started sending bar dancers to abroad with special "assignments" - Bollywood dance which are on demands in Middle-East countries like Dubai.

Meanwhile, another source also claimed that even pimps in the countries are mostly Indians or Bangladeshi. However, recent media reports over human trafficking also brought terror threat to the country.

The Mumbai police department have alerted that the Indian Bar girls who are being trafficked to the Gulf countries plays a very crucial indirectly in carrying out terror attacks.

The bar girls across the nation from different cities are forced into prostitution business and are then sent to the Gulf regions, and subsequently used by underworld dons to carry back information to counterparts in the city.

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