Air India employees arrested for trafficking women

The Hindu News Update Service – published Thurs 14 May, 2009

Since 2008, six major human-trafficking cases have been cracked in which at least 40 persons were held including different airline staffers, passport officers, agents and women from well-to-do families, who opted illegal means to fly out of the city.

The two-month-old (police investigative) cell has also busted a case in March this year by arresting four persons including two Air India employees and an agent Imtiyaz Raheem Maradia, who is involved in many such cases.

“The accused identified as Deepak Salve and Hemant Morade, employees of Air India, were arrested from the International Airport after our investigation revealed that the duo had illegally took two woman to US on their wives passports,” said police inspector Nishikant Patil of the cell. . .

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