CBI requests red notice from Interpol for trio in human trafficking scheme

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is pursuing an Interpol Red Notice against three individuals accused of running a human trafficking ring, which misled Indians into the Russo-Ukrainian war with false promises of job in Moscow, officials said Tuesday.

The agency intends to arrest the alleged hawala operators Ramesh Kumar Palanisamy, Mohammad Moinuddin Chippa and Faisal Abdul Mutalib Khan for further questioning to unmask the full extent of the conspiracy. The trio, believed to be currently in Russia and the United Arab Emirates, are facing extradition requests.

An Interpol Red Notice serves as a blanket request to law enforcement to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition or similar legal action. With this notice, the CBI aims to bring back the suspects to India to face legal action and assist in the ongoing investigation.

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