Murder In Gujarat, Drugs In Australia: Indian-Origin Couple’s Empire Falls
The article recounts the downfall of Arti Dhir and Kavaljitsinh Raijada, an Indian-origin couple residing in the UK, who were sentenced to 33 years in prison each for their involvement in a multi-million-pound drug trafficking operation. The couple’s scheme was uncovered by the National Crime Agency (NCA) after the Australian Border Force intercepted a massive cocaine shipment concealed within metal toolboxes. Despite vehemently denying the charges, Dhir and Raijada were convicted on multiple counts of exportation and money laundering.
The NCA traced the couple’s involvement in the drug trade through fingerprints, receipts, and financial investigations, revealing their extensive network spanning from the UK to Australia. Additionally, the article highlights the couple’s alleged involvement in the murder of their adopted son in Gujarat, India, which led to an unsuccessful extradition request by India.
The narrative portrays a web of deceit woven by the couple, leveraging insider knowledge of the air freight industry to orchestrate their criminal activities. Despite their attempts to conceal their wealth and evade justice, their empire eventually crumbled under the scrutiny of law enforcement agencies.
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