2 women from Gujarat deported from Germany for trying to enter Canada on fake passport
At the airport, they met two unidentified men, who were to take them to Munich, from where they would get a connecting flight to Toronto in Canadamumbai Updated: Sep 08, 2017 16:06 IST
Two women from Gujarat were recently deported from Munich in Germany for their alleged attempt to travel to Canada on fake Indian passports.
According to the Sahar police, the women -- Kajalben Patel, 21, a resident of Mehsana and Yadini Patel, 24, a resident of Ahmedabad -- wanted to settle in Canada for a better life. The duo was to pay their agent, Deepak, who would help them leave on fake passport, Rs50lakh each on reaching Canada.
The women, with fake passports in the name of Diksha Choudhari and Karishma Madan, left from Mumbai on August 3. At the airport, they met two unidentified men, who were to take them to Munich, from where they would get a connecting flight to Toronto in Canada.
The men asked them to take two boarding passes at the airport, one for Bangkok and the other one for Canada, and told the women to tell the immigration staff that they were heading to former.
They cleared the immigration check and managed to reach Munich on August 4, where they were caught and deported back to India.
The immigration officials at CST international airport registered an FIR. “We are interrogating the accused to get details about the two men,” said a police officer.
The police are also checking if the airport authorities were involved in the crime.
First Published: Sep 08, 2017 16:05 IST