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Top Human Trafficker Apprehended at Peshawar Airport in High-Profile Arrest

Top Human Trafficker

In a significant operation at Peshawar Airport, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) immigration cell successfully thwarted an attempt by a notorious human trafficker to flee the country, on Friday.

The operation led to the apprehension of two suspects, identified as Muhammad Nabi and Aminullah.

Muhammad Nabi, a prominent figure involved in human trafficking and visa fraud, was arrested while trying to board a flight bound for Oman.

During the arrest, authorities discovered several counterfeit visa stickers stored on Nabi’s mobile phone.

According to the FIA spokesperson, Nabi is implicated in multiple cases registered at the FIA Composite Circle Mardan. His modus operandi allegedly involved deceiving victims into paying hefty sums of money under false promises.

The swift intervention by FIA Immigration personnel at Peshawar Airport prevented Nabi from escaping and facilitated his transfer to the Composite Circle Mardan for further legal proceedings.

In a parallel development during the operation, another suspect named Aminullah was detained. Aminullah’s arrest came after he attempted to travel abroad using a forged resident card purportedly from Italy.

Initial investigations suggest that Aminullah obtained the counterfeit document through a sophisticated criminal network specializing in document forgery.

Aminullah has been handed over to the Anti-Human Trafficking Circle Peshawar for thorough investigation and legal action.

The arrests underscore the FIA’s commitment to combatting human trafficking and illegal immigration activities at Pakistani airports.

The agency’s proactive measures at Peshawar Airport have not only disrupted criminal operations but also safeguarded potential victims from falling prey to fraudulent schemes.

Authorities continue to investigate the full extent of Nabi and Aminullah’s involvement in criminal activities, aiming to dismantle networks engaged in human trafficking and document forgery.

The successful operation highlights the collaborative efforts between law enforcement agencies to uphold security and enforce legal compliance at Pakistan’s international borders.

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