Chairperson of National Commission for Women Rekha Sharma on Monday made huge revelations in the alleged auctioning of girls case and said that the same activities were happening in Sawai Madhopur.
“It was all managed by the administration in the night. This was in Bhilwara. But the administration didn’t know that I was in Sawai Madhopur too. The same activities are taking place there too. “Girls are being kidnapped, brought here, and passed off as their own,” said NCW chief Rekha Sharma. Highlighting the current situation in the region, she added, “When my team reached there (Bhilwara), nothing was found. Through media conversations with Dhaba owners, it was found that such activities indeed take place there, but as soon as the news came to light, houses were locked. “
She also called out the local administration for not discussing the issue with her. “I’m trying to meet officials. The Chief Secretary is busy with PM Modi’s event. The DGP is inaugurating something somewhere. He’s not interested in meeting up. “He’s more interested in winding up his work,” she added. Stressing the link between the cases, she said, “It’s not possible that there’ll be 8–10 girls in every family. False documents are being produced for them. DNA tests would reveal that they don’t belong to those families. A proper SIT, under an IPS officer, would have to be constituted. All these cases are interconnected. “
After reports of girls being auctioned on stamp papers in Bhilwara surfaced, Rajasthan Director General of Police (DGP) ML Lather said that the state police is strict towards atrocities against women. The Rajasthan Police is strict when it comes to atrocities against women.The media has been told about two victim girls and a case was registered in the year 2019 in relation to the incident with both the girls, “he said. The DCP further added that a case was registered in Hanuman Nagar police station of the district under various sections of the IPC, POCSO Act, JJ Act and IT Act. 
“In the year 2019, Operation Gudiya was run in the Bhilwara district in connection with the purchase and sale of girls,” he said.On 29 October, the chairperson of the Rajasthan State Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Sangeeta Beniwal, held a meeting following the reports of rape of minors.