Mumbai (Hindustan Reporter) The Mumbai Police team has arrested 9 Bangladeshi citizens who were doing hawala transactions in Mumbai and surrounding areas. Fake documents have been recovered from all of them. An investigation is being conducted against them in connection with illegal transfer of money to Bangladesh. Mumbai Police Crime Branch Deputy Commissioner of Police Rajtilak Roshan told reporters that a total of nine Bangladeshi nationals have been arrested from Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane. . They used to illegally transfer money from India to Bangladesh. It seems there are more people involved.
Fake documents have also been recovered from all of them. This is a type of hawala transaction. Rajtilak Roshan told that after coming to India, these Bangladeshi citizens made fake Aadhaar cards and opened bank accounts with the help of fake documents and then without revealing their identity, they declared themselves as Indian citizens. On the total amount of transactions, he said that after accumulating some sufficient amount they used to transfer it to Bangladesh through some people. When someone came to India they used to transfer money through him.
The total amount of transactions can reach lakhs. We cannot disclose the exact amount yet. They used to charge commission for transferring money to Bangladesh. Regarding the beneficiaries of the amount transferred from India, the DCP said that they were transferring money from India to Bangladesh for the needy people of Bangladesh who wanted to come to India illegally. . Apart from this, they used to send the money of Bangladeshis living illegally in India to Bangladesh by taking commission.
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