Five Pakistani arrested in Israel

Five Pakistani arrested from Israel

The Federal Investigation Authority (FIA) of Pakistan arrested five Pakistanis for illegally migrating to Israel and working there for up to seven years.

Five Pakistanis are arrested from Israel for illegally migrating and working there for up to seven years. The Federal Investigation Authority (FIA) crime unit of Mirpur Khas arrested them in case of illegal migration.

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The five suspects moved to Israel from other countries via European passports; different cases are registered under Passport Act and Emigration Ordinance. There are also other suspects, and raids for the arrest of the remaining suspects are underway.

Cases are booked on eight suspects under the sections of the Passport Act 1974 and the Emigration Ordinance 1979.

The suspects traveled through Turkey, Kenya, and Sri Lanka and found employment in Israel.

Payment and Route

The suspects entered Israel on a European visa through Jordan with the help of an Israeli agent. Each of them paid Rs 300,000 to Rs 400,000 for traveling to Israel illegally.

The arrested suspects are identified as Noman Siddiqui, Kamil Noor, Kamran Siddiqui, Muhammad Zeeshan, and Muhammad Anwar. They all worked as helpers and car washers for four to seven years in Israel.

Suspects also sent money back to their families in Pakistan by using Western Union. They also visited Pakistan on connecting flights from Jordan to Dubai to Karachi.

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