IT officials raid businessman’s house for undeclared assets; instead find a horde of foreign women

| Friday, July 22, 2016 - 13:18
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With Sanyal's arrest, it is suspected that more parliamentarians will be caught in the ambit of this sex racket

New Delhi: Income tax officials raiding the house of businessman Pritindra Nath Sanyal's stumbled upon more than undeclared assets when they found that his residence was brimming with foreign women who were allegedly being put in the flesh trade.

The income tax officials were conducting raids in Sanyal's residence in Lucknow and Delhi when they caught the kingpin of an international sex syndicate red-handed. It is believed that some army officials are also involved in the case.

“During search, copies of passports and phone numbers from Central Asian countries were seized from the residence of the accused. Messages exchanged between him and his associates revealed financial transactions with foreign women," claimed one of the officials.

After the 63-year-old's arrest, officials handed him over to the Delhi police for further investigation. “We have arrested PN Sanyal. It seems that he was involved in illegal activities like human trafficking and used to cheat and impersonate people by posing as Member of Parliament and senior bureaucrat,” said DCP (south) Ishwar Singh.

One of the women confessed to a reporter that she was being held against her will and that she had tried to commit suicide many times before.

With Sanyal's arrest, it is suspected that more parliamentarians will be caught in the ambit of this sex racket.

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most of the netas's full time business. Same on the state and the central govt. still no control.. This is the way running state and the country .

Sex racket

Now at 81 years, I have been reading such incidents since 20th year of age. Many Minister, MPs, MLAs some of them fake have been caught, punished, and humiliated. Still such trade continues. Believe two factors are responsible for such an ongoing trade (a) connivance/coordination/contractual commitments between such elite class and law and order machinery; and (2) easy money for the giver (as he earns mostly from corrupt practices) and easy money for receiver as the one takes home good amount without much labor and in a short time. Many efforts to curb such activities have failed miserably, the the only way to control is to post such an officer in the policing department who undertakes to curb it under all risks and challenges? Unfortunately none can be trusted in view of criminality at high levels with free and illegal gun licensing .

There is no dearth of haramis in India

There is no dearth of haramis in India. I hope this motherfucker crashes and burns big time! I'll be watching...

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