Two Air India employees along seven Nepalese busted at Indira Gandhi International Airport in the accusation of human trafficking.
Two Air India employees along seven Nepalese women have been busted at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in New Delhi on the accusation of human trafficking, CISF said of Wednesday.
The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) work force caught four Nepalese women on Tuesday morning. Three others were arrested on Monday night at the airplane terminal for having manufactured migration reports. Puja Tamang, 20, Malati Rai, 26, and Laxmi Rai, 41, were arrested on Monday around 8 p.m. at the International retail zone of Terminal-3 when they were slated to go to Dubai.
“They touched base from Ahmedabad and were issued tickets for the Dubai flight of Air India at the International exchange counter. They attempted to delude our authorities that they landed here from Kathmandu,” CISF representative Hemendra Singh said.
As indicated by the official, four more women travelers were held in the boarding zone on Tuesday morning. Krishna Devi, 29, Uma Bhujel, 31, Sharmila Thapa, 23, and Shova Kumari Pariyar, 28, touched base from Ahmadabad and were additionally expected to go to Dubai. “As the archives of the considerable number of ladies travelers were discovered fake, they were given over to migration authorities who later gave them to police for further legitimate activity,” Hemendra Singh said.
Delhi Police busted Air India staff, recognized as obligation supervisor Kapil, 30, and client administration official Manish, 28, regarding the case.