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In Haryana’s Kurukshetra, pigeons extorted Rs 26.87 lakh from 2 youths, showing the dream of sending them abroad. Not only this, the person through whom the youths met the agent is also accused of being involved with them.
The accused had talked about sending both the youths to Canada and America, but for 3-3 months they sent them back after being pushed to other countries. The victim has submitted a complaint to Ambala SP and requested for action.
India sent from Dubai
Ajay Kumar, a resident of Thaska village of Kurukshetra, told that there is a tent house shop in his village Jansui Head. Here his neighbor Captain Gurmeet Singh remains ill. He takes care of her. Sandeep, a resident of village Sounta, used to visit Gurmeet Singh’s house. Here Jaspal Singh and Gurpreet Singh of his village had come to give passport to Captain Gurmeet Singh.
Sandeep Singh took the passports of both the boys with him. Sent both the youths to Dubai and grabbed 12 lakh rupees, but after some time both the youths were sent back to India from Dubai.
Sent to Kochi instead of sending to Canada
The complainant told that after this Sandeep talked about sending both the youths to another country. The accused prepared a fake Canadian visa for Gurpreet Singh. Instead of sending it to Canada, it was sent to Kochi. Accused Sandeep got the family members of Gurpreet Singh entangled in talks and grabbed Rs 3 lakh in the name of ticket. One way or the other, Gurpreet Singh reached Thaska Ali back home from Kochi. Sandeep did not return the money after that. He had also submitted a complaint at Naggal police station, but no action was taken.
Deal with another agent for Rs 38-38 lakh
The complainant told that he had also gone abroad. He met Sandy at the place where he stayed. Through Sandy, he met and talked to Kamal, a resident of Delhi. Accused Kamal said that he would send both the boys to America for Rs 38 lakh each. The relatives went to Delhi to finalize the deal. He met Dheeraj in a hotel here. Here, he gave Rs 4 lakh to Dheeraj.
Transferred 26.87 lakhs to the accounts of the accused
Gurpreet Singh and Jaspal were sent to Tanzania the very next day. Told that both together transferred Rs 26.87 lakh to the account of the accused. The complainant said that as per the decision taken in the panchayat, he returned Rs 26 lakh to both the youths, but when he asked for the money from the accused, he threatened to kill him. Naggal police station has registered a case against the accused on the complaint of the victim and started investigation.