Jail sentence for Indian-origin mafia in Britain: Class 'A' used to sell drugs and weapons

Jail sentence for Indian-origin mafia in Britain: Class 'A' used to sell drugs and weapons, the network spread in other countries as well

May 1, 2023 - 15:20
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Jail sentence for Indian-origin mafia in Britain: Class 'A' used to sell drugs and weapons

Indian-origin mafia in Britain has been sentenced to 8 years in prison. There were allegations against a 45-year-old youth named Raj Singh that he used to run a criminal gang in Britain. Which is responsible for selling Class 'A' drugs and weapons illegally not only in Britain but also in other countries of Europe.
According to Britain's National Crime Agency, Raj Singh has also been found guilty of money laundering. A person named Waqas Iqbal used to support Raj Singh in operating the gang. Who has been sentenced to 12 years in prison?
The National Crime Agency official told that the network of both the miscreants is spread in Europe and other countries as well. Both these people are responsible for causing serious harm to the society. He has fiercely sold drugs and guns. In front of profit, they did not care about the bloodshed caused by guns.
Police said that these people had also planned to send money laundering and ketamine drugs to Canada. To carry out their misdeeds, these people used encro chats, so that the police or other investigating agencies would not get to know. On this, Raj Singh changed his name to Salman Agent, while Iqbal named himself Ghostshooter. Apart from ketamine, the duo also smuggled heroin, which is a Class 'A' drug.
The police had been running Operation Venetic against Encro Chat for a long time. Using which these people used to do their planning. Actually, Encro Chat is Europe's communication network through which encrypted messaging can be done. In this type of messaging, only the sender and receiver can read the message sent in the chat.
After decoding these chats, the police unearthed the gang selling drugs and weapons. After the arrest, both confessed their crimes.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer