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Pakistan connection found in case regarding threat calls to MLAs, money transferred through hawala

Chandigarh, August 13, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
In the months of June and July, MLAs of Haryana, Punjab, and Delhi were threatened, in connection with which separate cases were registered. Calls demanding ransom were made to MLA Sonipat, Sh. Surender Panwar, MLA Sadhora, Smt. Renu Bala, MLA Safidon, Sh. Subhash Gangoli, MLA Sohna, Sh. Sanjay Singh, and former MLAs of Punjab and Delhi.

In this regard, the accused Amit Yadav alias Radheshyam Kumar Yadav, Saddiq Anwar, Sanoj Kumar, Kaish Alam, Dulesh Alam, Badre Alam, and Abulesh Alam were arrested and a large number of cheque books, passbooks, ATM cards, mobile sims, mobile phones, and cash were recovered from the accused.

A total of 18 virtual numbers have been found operating from abroad in the phones of the accused. The accomplices of the arrested accused are Iqbal Kaish Alam and Sadiq in the Middle East and Rakesh in Saudi Arabia and Ali, Nazir, Wasim, Shabbir, Imran, MD Khan and Rafiq in Pakistan. All of them tried to extort money from the dignitaries in a planned manner by claiming to be local gangsters. They threatened the MLAs on their mobile phones through Whatsapp and the internet.

Abulesh Alam son Bablu Alam resident of village Damavara in Bihar earlier used to commit online fraud. He went to Bettiah (Bihar) jail in June 2021 in the case of POCSO and rape. Abulesh Alam trained Amit alias Radheshyam and his younger brother Dulesh Alam, his brother Kaish Alam in fraud and helped them get in touch with other gang members Iqbal Kaish Alam, Sadiq, Rakesh, Ali, Nazir, Wasim, Shabbir, and others sitting in Pakistan and Middle East countries.

The arrested accused, Kaish Alam, has lived in Dubai for about three years earlier. According to the WhatsApp chat with the accused Iqbal, Wasim, Ali, Nazir, it was found that in the last 8 months 867 transactions were made through 727 bank accounts, and a transaction of about Rs. 2,77,03,750 was found.

All these bank accounts were operated by Iqbal Kaish Alam, Sadiq, Rakesh, Ali, Nazir, Wasim, Shabbir, Imran, MD Khan and Rafiq sitting in Pakistan and Middle East countries. All 727 bank accounts discovered from the mobile phones of the accused have been seized.

The investigation revealed that 727 bank accounts seized were found of those persons whose family members work in Middle East countries. The money received by fraud using the bank accounts of these individuals and their families is sent to Pakistan through hawala. It cannot be denied that some of the account holders used may also be victims of fraud by this gang. Further investigation is underway.

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