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Conned by transport firm, Hyderabad pilgrims stranded in Iraq

HYDERABAD: At slightest 32 pilgrims from Hyderabad are stranded in a holy city of Najaf in Iraq after their visas lapsed and a debate beam deserted them but profitable hotel bills. This, after city-based debate user KSS Travels, that organized a tour, downed a shutters after rapist cases were slapped on them.


Syed Ali Jafri of Shia Companion Foundation, Hyderabad, told TOI, “KSS Travels is concerned in a multi-crore scam. They collected income from thousands of Muslims for Umrah and for ziarat of Shia shrines in Karbala and Najaf, Iraq. In a initial week of May, some-more than 80 people from Hyderabad went on a event to Iraq, operated by KSS Travels. They left Hyderabad to Najaf by Oman Airways around Sharjah. While a event was on, KSS Travels downed their shutters in AP and Telangana. At a same time, member of KSS Travels deserted pilgrims in Iraq. The debate user didn’t compensate bills of a hotel, where they were putting adult nearby a Imam Ali shrine.

“So, hotel staff incarcerated a pilgrims and their visas expired. They don’t have lapse tickets too. One of my kin is also stuck. They have contacted us by WhatsApp messages.”

He said, “Panjeshah Ashoorkhana mutawalli is also among those stranded in Najaf.”

Dabeerpura examiner of military D Venkanna Naik said, “We have purebred dual rapist cases opposite KSS Travels and are questioning into it.”

Kadapa military in Andhra Pradesh is questioning a box opposite KSS Travels. Kadapa superintendent of military Attada Babujee told TOI,

“We are nonetheless to detain a promoters. Altaf Hussain is a owners of a transport company. In Kadapa district alone, 4 cases were requisitioned and in other districts in AP, cases are booked. Accused had already sent around 10,000 pilgrims.”

Article source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/hyderabad/conned-by-travel-firm-hyderabad-pilgrims-stranded-in-iraq/articleshow/64442446.cms

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