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Kingpin of sex racket held

By Prashant Pandey

NEW DELHI, APRIL 21. It was the dream of making it big as an IAS officer that brought Sushil Kumar to the Capital. However, the lure of easy and quick money saw him ending up as the alleged kingpin of sex rackets being run under the garb of massage parlours in the Capital. The Crime Branch arrested him on Tuesday.

According to the police, Sushil, a resident of Jamshedpur in Jharkhand, had completed his engineering from there and had come to the Capital about five years ago. "He aimed to pass the UPSC examinations and even took the examinations twice but could not make it," said a police officer. In the course of time, he somehow hit upon the idea of running sex rackets under the garb of massage parlours. After beginning with the first such parlour in Preet Vihar, Sushil went on open at least nine more across the Capital within a year.

He, along with three others, Sanjeev Sinha, Vipul Sehlani and Narender, had formed a gang in which each had a role. While Sanjeev used to be the parlour owner, Sushil himself used to be its manager. Narender, who was arrested earlier in a raid, and Vipul were liaison men.

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