Indians held in Hanoi flown to JaipurMarch 21st, 2012 - 1:34 am ICT by IANS
Jaipur, March 20 (IANS) Five Indians accused of swindling Rs.2,000 million from people in Rajasthan and other states were Tuesday brought here from Vietnam.
Manvendra Singh, Pramod Sharma, Mahendra Kumar, Asha and Neetu are accused of cheating thousands in several states on the pretext of investing them in a marketing firm, Gold Sukh.
Asha and Neetu are wives of Pramod and Mahendra respectively.
“A team of five police officers went to Hanoi last week to bring the five to Jaipur,” Police Commissioner B.L. Soni said.
He added the five accused were leading a lavish life in Hanoi. “They were staying in five star hotels,” said Soni.
According to police, a red-corner notice was issued against the five after it was found they were hiding in Vietnam.
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