Hyderabad: Telangana police on Thursday arrested two youths on charges of illegal visa making. The accused was providing visas to job seekers in Kuwait through fingerprint surgery. The police said that these two young men have performed around 11 surgeries in Rajasthan and Kerala, while the cost of each surgery is 25 thousand rupees.
The police have also arrested two others who did the fingerprint surgery. Medical kits used in surgery have been seized from the accused. Those who have been deported by the Kuwaiti government for criminal reasons are going to Kuwait after making new visas through fingerprint surgery, said the police. The four arrested were Ghajjalakondugari Naga Muneshwar Reddy, Sagbala Venkat Raman, Bovilla Shiva Shankar Reddy, and Rendla Rama Krishna Reddy. They were living in a hotel in Hyderabad while the accused was removed from the house. Accused Muneshwar Reddy (36) is an X-ray technician and Sagabala (39) is an anesthesia technician.