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Two arrested and ?400k seized in Hajj fraud investigation

An estimated 25,000 British Muslims go for Hajj every year
TWO men were arrested and an estimated £400,000 was seized a travel agencies in East London as part of an ongoing investigation into Hajj fraud. The investigation by Birmingham City Council Trading Standards and City of London Police, saw searches on two travel agencies suspected of selling Hajj packages with false or no travel protection. The tour ...

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Modi's blueprint for a new India

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