Indian mafia member arrested in Pattaya, confirmed no hyperlinks to Phuket homicide

An Indian mafia member was arrested in Pattaya after a purple Interpol notice. He was allegedly concerned in theft, homicide, human trafficking, ransom and money laundering in India. But Thai police have already confirmed that there is no hyperlinks between the arrested man and the ‘hit job’ on Indian citizen Jimi “Slice” Sandhu on February 4.
The Pattaya suspect reportedly entered Thailand to hide from Indian and international police around June 2019, and his passport expired 448 days in the past.
Police say they have found no proof that the suspect had committed any specific crimes in Thailand.
On February 24, the 29 12 months previous suspect, referred to as “Haman”, was arrested at a convenience retailer on Northern Pattaya Road. Thai media reported he is thought of a menace to the nation, despite the precise fact that he has no legal record in Thailand, in accordance with the Deputy Commissioner of Immigration Police in Chon Buri.
The Deputy Commissioner mentioned there was evidence that while in Thailand he had contacted his gang in India and asked them to commit completely different crimes.
Haman was initially charged for overstay. No risk say they’ll conduct additional investigation earlier than deporting him back to India.
Following the Canadian homicide case in Phuket, the Immigration Bureau told Thai media that authorities check and confirm the status of every foreigner in Thailand extra fastidiously now to forestall comparable instances from happening in the future.
Gift said there was no policy to ban individuals from getting into Thailand from Ukraine or Russia, despite the situation there, saying they hadn’t discovered any suspicious activities from visitors from either nation..

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