HYDERABAD: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested the key accused in a human trafficking case in Hyderabad.
According to the report from the NIA officials, Ruhul Amin Dhali (52), a resident of Parganas in West Bengal, was arrested on Thursday and evidence recovered from him showing that he received funds from Bangladesh to run a human trafficking network in Hyderabad.
The accused was produced before the CJM Court at Basirhat on Friday for obtaining transit remand. He will be further produced before a special NIA court in Hyderabad.
According to the report from the officials, the investigation has revealed that Dhali has been regularly receiving money in his bank account from traffickers located in different places of India to facilitate illegal border crossing and trafficking of Bangladeshi persons.
Dhali has been booked under IPC Section 370 (A) (2) (sexual exploitation of trafficked minor) and relevant sections of the Immoral Trafficking (Prevention) Act, 1986. PTI UJN RDM RDM
As per the report, the NIA seized one double SIM mobile handset with two SIM cards including one Bangladeshi SIM, nine SIM cards including four Bangladeshi SIM cards, two memory cards and Rs. 10,000 in Bangladeshi currency in denomination on Rs 1000 notes.
A diary containing mobile numbers from Bangladesh and India and identity cards were also recovered from his possession.
With inputs from PTI
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