Police squad at Indira Gandhi International Airport broke an immigration racket and arrested five people, including two agents. On 16 March, three passengers from India, identified as Sucha Singh, Surjit Singh and Amandeep Singh, were on a flight to Paris from Vistara airline.

They were found suspicious at a check-in station near row 'D'. The passengers were questioned on suspicion and their visas were treated as suspicious.

Vistara Airlines was later informed about the situation and during an investigation all their visas were confirmed to be fake. A complaint was received in this regard from the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and an FIR was registered.

The police arrested the three accused for further questioning, and it was revealed that their documents were obtained by an agent, Sandeep Kumar, and to facilitate their travel, the agent collected a certain amount from each person, a part of which was paid. in cash, and the rest was transferred to his account.

A team with special functions was formed to collect information about the present presence and activity of the accused agent and raids were conducted at his probable locations later he was caught and arrested.

During interrogation, he revealed that he had French visa stickers affixed on the passports of passengers through agents, Gaurav Gosain and Gurvinder Mokha, who both reside in Delhi.

He further revealed that he met Agent Gaurav Gosain through Agent Gurvinder Mokha on several occasions in Delhi and Punjab and conspired to dupe their hard-earned money on the pretext of luring unsuspecting victims and sending them abroad.


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