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Bihar connection of fake visa; Account in Betiya – Office in Muzaffarpur, the fraud was being done in the name of remittance abroad

Mastermind Rizvi alias Jaiprakash, who is hiding in Delhi, has foreign connections in different cities of Aurangabad, Delhi and Bihar in Maharashtra. Police are taking mobile locations of 4 including Rizvi alias Jaiprakash.
2 Month ago

Accounts of racketeers who sent a large number of unemployed people from North Bihar to Uzbekistan on fake visas have been opened in the names of Rohit Kumar and Raj Anand in different banks in South West Delhi and JJ Colony. A bank account in the name of Siddharth Singh was being operated in a Betia-based bank.

In all three accounts, more than Rs.20 lakhs were demanded from unemployed youths in the name of visas. SI Soni Kumari of Brahmapura police station is verifying the names and addresses of the three identified account holders. The police department is in an uproar when it comes to light that this game is going on in the middle of the city.

Mastermind Rizvi alias Jaiprakash, who is hiding in Delhi, has foreign connections in different cities of Aurangabad, Delhi and Bihar in Maharashtra. Police are getting the location of mobile phones of four including Rizvi alias Jaiprakash. The mobile company has been emailed to get full details of which name-address and from which SIM dealer the mobile SIM was purchased.

A larger conspiracy is suspected behind the fake visa racket

The police suspect that there is a bigger conspiracy behind this racket. As this racket is linked to the border districts of Nepal, now the central agency is also active in this case. Intelligence agency officials have also taken note of the FIR registered at Brahmapura police station on February 3 and the evidence uncovered during the investigation.

Evidence was obtained from the consultancy office located in Brahmapura

An attempt was made to send around 100 unemployed youths from several districts abroad with the help of fake visas by opening a consultancy in Brahmapura. In the first batch, 15 unemployed people were sent to Delhi airport with fake Uzbekistan visas and Qatar Airways air tickets. Computers seized from the Brahmapura-based consultancy office revealed evidence of sending a large number of youths to Uzbekistan and other countries.

City SP Awadhesh Saroj Dixit said that two criminals from Patna involved in the racket have been identified. Brahmapura police have been ordered to arrest both. Apart from this, three account holders from Delhi and Betia have been verified.

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