Six Sri Lankans going to UK arrested at Kuwait Airport with forged Indian Passport

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Six Sri Lankans – three men and three women – who were in transit at the Kuwait International Airport on their way to the UK have been taken into custody for possessing 12 forged passports.

The Sri Lankans reportedly came to Kuwait via India. However, According to local media, the security authorities were waiting for the suspects after receiving a tip-off from secret sources.

They were seized in the transit hall and subjected to inspection and police found on each of them three passports (including the one which they travelled on) – the original passport, one fake Indian passport and a Malaysian passport stamped with a forged visa to Britain.

A security source said the six persons confessed they were on their way to Britain using Malaysian passports. They also said they had forged the passports in Sri Lanka.

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SAM
Friday, May 17, 2019
Heavy corruption
Corrupt government system

deepak
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
It is not that easy to get duplicate passport anywhere in the world but you can get only with the help of person working in embassy or in the passport dept. Now since they are caught Govt of India should find out from Kuwaiti authorities who were clever enough to catch them as they how they procured the Indian passport.

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