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9 criminals of Indian origin were doing this dangerous work in London, Britain took major action – India TV Hindi

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London: Britain has taken major action against 9 criminals of Indian origin. According to the information, British authorities have taken this action against nine members of a gang of criminals of Indian origin under the Serious Crime Prevention Order (SCPO). Members of this gang have been found guilty of smuggling goods and migrants. Officials say the SCPO action will help deter them from committing crimes in the future.

The culprits have been identified as Swandar Dhal (38), Jasbir Kapoor (36), Diljan Malhotra (48), Charan Singh (46), Valjeet Singh (35), Jasbir Dhal Singh (33), Jaginder Kapoor (48), J. Kapoor ( 51) and Amarjeet Albadis (32) and their activities will be restricted under the National Crime Agency (ACA) to prevent them from re-engaging in serious and organized crimes.

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The nine criminals prosecuted by Britain were recently convicted as members of an organized crime group of trying to smuggle £15.5 million from Britain to Dubai by hiding it in suitcases and smuggling 17 migrants into the country. He has been sentenced to jail for this crime. After the release of the culprits from jail, the action of SCPO will be effective on them, under which there will be restrictions on their financial, property and bank accounts and purchasing international travel tickets. Alison Abbott, head of the NCA’s prison and lifetime management unit, said many career criminals re-offend after completing a prison sentence, so this action is vital to deter them from committing future crimes. (Language)

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