The nine men and one woman, aged between 30 and 44, were arrested on Wednesday as part of an investigation into a conspiracy to launder millions of pounds of money made through drug trafficking and organized immigration crime.
British crime officers have been charged ten-member Indian origin of organized crime groups are believed to have flown an estimated £ 15.5 million from the UK to Dubai in the suitcase for the last three years and trying to smuggle 17 people into the country earlier this year.
Nine men and one woman, aged between 30 and 44, were arrested on Wednesday as part of an investigation into a conspiracy to Launder millions of pounds of money made through drug trafficking and organized immigration crime.
Based in or near Southall and Hounslow, they were each charged with conspiracy to launder criminal cash and become a member of an organized crime group after an investigation by the National Crime Agency (NCA), Dubai Police, Border Force, and Scotland Yard.
Individual top ten are Charan Singh, 41; Valjeet Singh, 30; Jasbir Singh Dhal, 28; Sundar Vengadassalam, 44; Jasbeer Singh Malhotra, 33; Pinky Kapur, 35; and Manmon Singh Kapur, 44. Here is charged with the same offense and additional charges of conspiracy to assist unlawful immigration: Swander Dhal Singh, 33; Jasbir Singh Kapoor, 31; and Diljan Malhotra, 43.
Officials said that the examination of the travel history suggests that the crime group transported more than £ 14 million in 2017 and 2018 alone. Cash, drugs and luxury cars, including a Range Rover, Audi Q7s and BMW 5 series, was found during a raid in Hounslow, Hayes, Uxbridge, and Southall.
The raids carried out after more than £ 1.5 million were seized at the airport made by the Border Force officer during 2019. In all cases, the money is transported between UK airports and ports and the United Arab Emirates.
Chris Hill of the NCA said: “Cash is the lifeblood of organized crime groups and they require the services of money laundering. We believe that our actions and our partners have taken will cause permanent damage to the well-established network of money laundering “.
Ben Russell National Economic Crimes Center added: “The National Economic Crime Center (NECC) was able to help the team set the case in forensic analysis of seized bank records. We can also use our relationship with our international partners in the UAE to obtain evidence in relation to this case “.
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