Two Indians arrested after being deported from Germany for fake tourist visa
They were lured into this by an agent identified as only Ramesh who took Rs 1 lakh from them promising to send them to US via Munich, Germany.mumbai Updated: Dec 15, 2016 11:51 IST
The Sahar police recently arrested two men, who were deported to India from Germany, for allegedly travelling on a fake tourist visa. The plan was to sneak into the USA from Germany for doing small time jobs.
According to the Sahar police the accused Devendra Singh, 30, and Jagjit Singh, 28, are from Ambala in Haryana and intended to work as drivers or get any other small job in the US.
They were lured into this by an agent identified as only Ramesh who took Rs 1 lakh from them promising to send them to US via Munich, Germany. The accused know that they will not be given work visas and so enter other countries on a tourist visa.
Incidentally, the duo managed to reach Munich from the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai but were detained after the immigration authority at the Munich airport found that their visas were fake.
They were immediately sent back and the Sahar police, on being alerted, arrested them after their flight landed in Mumbai.
During investigation, they told the cops that they wanted to reach the US to find a job there. Their police custody ended on Wednesday. The police are on the lookout for Ramesh.