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Your browser is out of date, and may not be compatible with our website. A list of the most popular web browsers can be found below. Just click on the icons to get to the download page. The Surakarta Police have named two people suspects for allegedly forcing 19 underage girls to work as nightclubs hostesses in East Kalimantan. Wisnu Subroto and wife Indah Winarno were named suspects recently for allegedly sending19 girls aged 15 to 17 years old to West Kutai regency, East Kalimantan, Surakarta Police chief Sr.
Ahmad Luthfi said on Wednesday. The Central Java Police are investigating the case and have questioned the two suspects. Maryati had told her family that she was working in Barong Tongkol, Kutai.
Maryati returned home to Surakarta earlier this month, which helped the police discover the alleged involvement of Wisnu and Indah. Meanwhile, Hidayah said that based on information from Maryati, at least 19 underage girls from Surakarta were working in several nightclubs in Barong Tongkol. Maryati told Hidayah that she was taken to Kutai by the two suspects, who promised her a job at a plywood factory. The teenage girls reportedly work as karaoke hall hostesses, escorts and sex workers in Kalimantan.
Their fee starts at Rp 70, per hour and they are paid an extra Rp 50, per hour if they accompany guests who are drinking. The karaoke centers are located in the middle of the woods and the girls are too afraid to try to escape, especially as there are many security guards at the locations," Hidayah said. Nahdlatul Ulama also plans to report the case to Social Affairs Minister Khofifah Indar Parawansa to help end child trafficking amid rising reports of sexual violence against children, Hidayat said.
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