Two women escaped a prostitution ring in Delhi and reached Jammu on May 13.
The information was communicated to Burma Times via a Rohingya activist group operating in Jammu.
The victims say that along with two other Rohingya women, they were sold by traffickers to a criminal ring operating in Delhi. Here they were forced to work as sex slaves round the clock. When they protested at first, they were brutally tortured.
Back in Buthidaung, traffickers promised their families good jobs and registration under UNHCR. All the victims had lost family members during the 2012 riots and were eager to escape their country.
But once in India, they were forced to work as prostitutes. About a month ago, one of the women fell ill after she was forced to have sex too many times with her customers. That night, they broke their windows during late night and ran away.
The two others are still presumed to be with the prostitution ring.
After a long journey, they managed to reach Jammu where they have found shelter among other Rohingya refugees.
Their names are being withheld for security reasons. They are aged 18 and 20 years.