Dubai: Dubai Police has made its first catch in the Dh15.38 million rice exchange stunt uncovered by Gulf News in July 2019.The 52-year-old Indian suspect was captured seven days prior, police sources confirmed.Scores of plant owners from India were left frustrated and squashed after 6,000 tons of rice dispatched by them to Dubai in 250 holders vanished out of nowhere and totally among March and April a year back.
One of the individuals being referred to, Vipin Goel, who air-hurried to Dubai on Monday to give a declaration to the police, uncovered to Gulf News he’s substance with the improvement. “I have massive trust in the lawful plan of the UAE and am sure that the long arms of the law will at last locate every single one of those behind this bad behavior,” said the owner of Haryana-based Kamla Rice Mills which lost Dh1.1 million.
August 2019, Dubai’s Public Prosecutor mentioned a test into the bold robbery not long after Gulf News broke the story.The Public Prosecutor guided Jebel Ali Police to investigate charges of blackmail against six men and two associations, including a money exchange house for their activity and guaranteed complicity in the stunt.
Yousif Alhammadi Advocates and Legal Consultancy, earlier said suspects pronouncing to address Dubai-based Al Rawnaq Al Thahabi General Trading association duped his clients out of countless dirhams with the help of staff at a money exchange house. The law office said their clients were given transmitted trade [TT] receipts by a money exchange house as ‘proof’ that their portions were as a result electronically dispatched to their banks in India, yet the money never appeared.
Another complainant, Sumit Jindal of India’s KG Industries which lost rice worth Dh4.3 million asserted that the exchange house staff intentionally conceded the methodology for around fourteen days allowing the suspects to get the compartments and closeout the rice before the checks could be banked.