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Indian behind the Food scam in Dubai flees to Hyderabad on a COVID-19 repatriation flight.

Indian behind the Food scam in Dubai flees to Hyderabad on a COVID-19 repatriation flight.

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Indian behind the Food scam in Dubai flees to Hyderabad on a COVID-19 repatriation flight. The conman steals beef, cheese, dates, face masks worth Dh6 million before fleeing. The man is identified as Yogesh Ashok Variava, owner of Royal Luck Foodstuff Trading and the prime suspect in the multi-million dirham scam. He flew to Hyderabad from Abu Dhabi on May 11.

An Indian repatriation flight after stealing goods worth nearly six million dirhams. Yogesh Ashok Yariava, 36, owner of the fraudulent Royal Luck Foodstuff Trading and the prime suspect in the audacious scam took a flight to Hyderabad from Abu Dhabi on May 11 under the Vande Bharat Mission with around 170 evacuees.

The company Facemasks, hand sanitizers and medical gloves worth nearly half a million dirhams from Skydent Medical Equipment, Raheeq Laboratories and GSA Star; rice and nuts (Dh393,000) from Al Baraka Foods; tuna, pistachios, and saffron (Dh300,725) from Yes Buy General Trading; French fries and mozzarella cheese (Dh229,000) from Mehdu General Trading; frozen Indian beef (Dh207,000) from Al Ahbab General Trading and halwa and tahina (Dh52812) from Emirates Sesame Factory. There are more victims arriving at the Indian Consulate with complaints.

The cheques of the vendors started bouncing and when the traders rushed to Royal Luck’s Opal Tower office in business bay, the staff and all others had left. The warehouse also seen blank.

When their post-dated cheques started bouncing, the traders rushed to Royal Luck’s Opal Tower office in Business Bay. But it was too late. They had shut down and all their 18 staffers had disappeared. Visits to their warehouses also drew a blank

News Source: Gulf News

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