Indian police busts fake Kuwait visa racket, catches Mumbai-based agent

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 11: The Hindu Post newspaper reported that the deportation of an Indian from Kuwait last June was the thread that led the Indira Gandhi International Airport police to monitor and arrest the leader and members of a gang specialized in forging passports and visas to Kuwait and other countries, reports Al-Rai daily.

The newspaper quoted the airport police director, Tanu Sharma, as saying that the gang leader is known as “Mushtaq”, and he was arrested in Mumbai. He added, “It turned out that the gang leader was involved in forging passports and visas in cooperation with his accomplices in the cities of Mumbai and Gujarat.”

Sharma explained that the police had begun the process of searching for members of this network last June when an Indian citizen arrived deported from Kuwait, as it was found during security checks that he was carrying two passports, one of them fake, and that he was also holding a fake visa.

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