Delhi Visa Scam Case: Fake visa racket has been busted by Delhi Police. Special Crime Branch of Delhi Police has arrested 7 people in this case. While giving information, the police has also said that the leader of this gang is Enamul Haq who is a resident of Darbhanga, Bihar. According to the information received from the police, the main accused has done engineering and after completing his studies, he was defrauding the common people by running a fake visa racket. Besides, information has also come to light that he used to carry out this entire work while staying in Jamia area of Delhi.
Scam of sending a job to Dubai
Taking action, Delhi Police arrested a total of 7 people and while addressing the media, it has been informed that the number of people trapped in their trap could be in thousands. Police said that most of the complainants in this case are from Kerala state. According to Delhi Police, this gang has so far defrauded around 1000 people by promising them jobs by sending them to Dubai.
How were they executed?
Giving information on this matter, CP Ravindra Yadav of Delhi Special Crime Branch said that these people used to open a front office in a good place like Vasant Kunj, Mahipalpur or Dwarka. Also, from platforms like Naukri.com, they were extracting data of people who had to work in Gulf countries. Those who believed him and answered his calls, he would call them with the promise of getting a job in Dubai and extort around Rs 60 thousand from each victim.
Used to take people into confidence by getting tourist visa
Police have also said that this gang first took the person into confidence by getting him a tourist visa and then after reaching Dubai, they used to take huge amount of money in installments by promising to get a work permit. Besides, information has also been received that their victims were mostly people from Kerala and South India. Who wanted to go to Gulf country and earn more money.
According to the police, the accused have been identified as Inam-ul-Haq Ansari (32), Tabish Hashmi (26), Mohammad Tabrez Alam (26), Tariq Shams (26), Ekram Muzaffar (19), Shankar Kumar Shah (28) and Somraj. (26) Crime Branch Special Commissioner Ravindra Singh Yadav said, “These swindlers used to call the victims on behalf of different companies. He had registered these companies on the basis of fake documents. These people used to lure the victims by sending emails and calling, saying that the information uploaded by them was suitable for a job in a Gulf country.”
They used to demand money in the name of medical examination, documentation and consultation fees. Police said that after duping more than 100 people, they used to close their fake companies and later vacate the offices. During investigation, police arrested Ansari from Zakir Nagar. The Special Commissioner said that later his associates were also arrested. Police said that eight laptops, 12 mobile phones, 110 passports, bill books, letterheads of various fake companies, nine stamp pads, two QR code scanners, 11 check books and two passbooks of different banks were recovered from the accused.