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INTERNATIONAL IMMIGRATION RACKET BUSTED, THREE ACCUSED AMONG AMBALA COUPLE ARRESTED

June 22, 2022 08:29 PM

PUNJAB POLICE ASI JASVEER SINGH OF NAWASHAHAR ALSO INVOLVED IN RACKET, ACCUSED GIRL HAILED FROM PATIALA 

ACCUSED INVOLVED IN DUPING PEOPLE ON THE PRETEXT OF SENDING THEM TO FOREIGN SHORES, - THE GANG WOULD ARRANGE FORGED POLISH RESIDENCE VISA WITH THE HELP OF HIS ACCOMPLICE BASED IN POLAND, 18 INDIAN PASSPORTS, 11 DEBIT CARDS, 06 MOBILE PHONES AND OTHER INCRIMINATING MATERIAL RECOVERED.

  New Delhi (Face2News)

With the arrest of one passenger and a high profile agent couple, team of PS IGI Airport has busted an immigration racket and succeeded in solving a case of cheating registered at PS IGI Airport vide FIR No. 237/2022 U/s 420/468/471/102B IPC & 12 PP Act, PS IGI Airport, Delhi.

On dated 15.06.2022 one male pax namely Sarbjit Singh holding Indian Passport Number: R2573690 and Poland residence visa No: ZR5282040 approached for departure Immigration clearance to Paris, France by flight Number Al-143. The passenger was carrying a Polish Residence Visa with him. During travel document scrutiny, the Polish residence visa No: ZR5282040 seemed to be doubtful and after thorough scrutiny it was found that the said Polish residence visa was duplicate copy without any specific UV features and intaglio mark which shows that the said residence visa was fake and counterfeit.

As the passenger tried to cheat Indian Immigration, a case FIR No. 237/22 u/s 420/468/471/120B IPC & 12 Passport Act was registered.

MS.Tanu Sharma, Dy. Commissioner Of Police, IGI Airport, said, in view of large scale scam running worldwide duping people on the pretext of sending them to foreign shores and to burst the whole nexus a team consisting of Insp. Sumit Kumar, W/SI Saroj, SI Dharmender, ASI Om Parkash No.380/A, W/Ct. Manju No. 419/A and Ct. Amarjeet No. 1514/C under the leadership of Inspr. Yashpal Singh SHO/IGI Airport and overall supervision of ACP/IGI Bijender Singh was constituted.

Ms. Tanu Sharma, said, during investigation accused Sarabjeet Singh was arrested and thoroughly interrogated, he disclosed that he came in contact with an agent namely Jasveer (An ASI of Punjab Police), and resident of Nawa Shahar, Punjab and he assured him that he can arrange Polish residence visa for him in lieu of Rs 12 lakh and shared contacts of his associates namely Priyanka and Parveen based in Delhi. The deal was finalized for in Rs 12 lakhs and pax Sarabjeet paid Rs 60,000/- cash in advance to alleged agent Jasveer.

Ms. Tanu Sharma, said, during investigation accused Sarabjeet Singh was arrested and thoroughly interrogated, he disclosed that he came in contact with an agent namely Jasveer (An ASI of Punjab Police), and resident of Nawa Shahar, Punjab and he assured him that he can arrange Polish residence visa for him in lieu of Rs 12 lakh and shared contacts of his associates namely Priyanka and Parveen based in Delhi. The deal was finalized for in Rs 12 lakhs and pax Sarabjeet paid Rs 60,000/- cash in advance to alleged agent Jasveer.

Accused Jasveer told Sarabjeet to contact his associates Priyanka and Parveen, running an agency in the name and style of Flying Star Overseas Pvt. Ltd. at Janak Puri District Center, Delhi. Jasveer then made a cash deposit of Rs.30,000/- in the bank account of Flying Star Overseas’. He also sent documents of Sarabjeet to Parveen on Whatsapp.

After receiving his documents Parveen and Priyanka got a Continuous Discharge Certificate (CDC) issued in his name from Mumbai. Thereafter, after sometime Parveen again took back the CDC of passenger Sarabjit and told him that they will get him a Polish Residence Visa through their associate Vishal @ Paaji.

When there was a delay in arranging the Polish residence Visa of Sarabjeet, the pax directly came in contact with Vishal @ Paaji on Whatsapp call from Poland, who finally sent the fake Polish Residence Visa to Sarabjit. The rest of the deal amount was to be handed over to Vishal @ Paaji in Poland after passenger reached there.

On hearing about the arrest of passenger Sarabjit, agents Parveen and Priyanka, who apparently are husband and wife, fled from their rented home at Dwarka and continuously kept on changing their location. Their call details were minutely scrutinized and team zeroed on the movement of alleged Parveen and Priyanka.

The relentless efforts of the team yield result, when the team intercepted the movement of alleged Parveen and Priyanka at Jaipur, and later the team apprehended and arrested the accused Parveen and Priyanka from Jaipur.

The accused Parveen and Priyanka were thoroughly interrogated and have been arrested on 20.06.22. Sixteen (16) Passports were recovered from their possession along with 10 Debit Cards, Rs. 7200/- cash and Six-06 mobile phones. Subsequently raid was conducted at the house of accused couple at Sector-7, Dwarka and some more articles consisting of two  more Passports, One Debit Card and 07 cheque books were recovered.

It is pertinent to mention here that the accused person with malafide intention had also induced one relative of pax Sarabjeet Singh namely Swarn Lal @ Bittu and had taken an amount of Rs.49,000/- (Bank Transfer) , in the account of ‘Flying Star Overseas Pvt.’ Ltd on 25/02/2022 ,on the pretext of arranging Polish Visa for his son namely Prince Kumar.

RECOVERY: 18 Indian Passports of different persons,  11 Debit Cards of different banks, 6 Mobile Phones, 7 Cheque books.,Rs. 7200/- in Cash.

KNOW THE ACCUSED

Parveen S/o Sh. Om Parkash R/o Vill. Balapur, Tehsil & Distt. Ambala, Haryana, Age 32 yrs, Priyanka Madhan D/o Sh. Preetpaul and w/o Parveen r/o H.No.120, B-1, Nagra House, TB Hospital Road, Patiala, Punjab, Age 28 years.

Both the above agents are involved in arranging fake Polish Visas along with their counterpart Vishal @ Paaji in Poland and Jasvir in Punjab. They are mostly operating in areas of Punjab and adjoining Haryana and facilitate people in settling down in Europe by unfair means.

Further, investigation of the case is in progress.

 
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