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    Four people were arrested by the Delhi Police’s Crime Branch on Sunday for tricking others into thinking they could send them abroad. The police discovered that the group had agents in Mexico and El Salvador, and they seized 80 passports. The group charged Rs six lakh for a Schengen Visa, which is valid in 27 countries. For illegal entry into the US through the Mexico border, they charged around Rs 27 Lakh per person. The police found 80 passports of various countries and forged documents in their possession.

    The four accused were identified as Girish Bhandari (48), Himanshu Mehta (23), Gagan Sharma (22), and Ramesh Arya (38). The police had been investigating the gang for a long time, and Bhandari was believed to be the mastermind behind the operation. They were running the crime syndicate under the guise of a Tour & Travel Business, and they had agents in the National Capital Region (NCR).

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    The police discovered that the group had been operating this illegal activity for the past 10 to 12 years. Their network was spread across several states, including Haryana, Punjab, and Gujarat. The members of the racket used highly encrypted applications to communicate and facilitate their illegal business.

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