Cops apprehend three members of a ring that was smuggling stolen cell phones into Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Three members of gang suspected of smuggling stolen, stolen, and robbed mobile phones to Pakistan, Bangladesh, and the Gulf countries . The accused have been named Nasir (36), Aseem (22), and Anish (33) Nasir (36), Aseem (22), and Anish (33) have all had previously criminal involvement .

Officials said on Wednesday that three members of a gang suspected of smuggling stolen, stolen, and robbed mobile phones to Pakistan, Bangladesh, and the Gulf countries have been arrested.According to investigators, the accused have been named Nasir (36), Aseem (22), and Anish (33), indicating they have all had previously criminal involvement.KPS Malhotra, the deputy commissioner of police (Crime), reported that some Meerut-based Thak Thak gang members who are involved in a variety of crimes including robbery, stealing, steal and theft will meet here on June 18 to sell stolen and robbed mobile phones.According to him, a raid was carried out in Delhi and the three suspects, who had arrived in their auto-rickshaw, were apprehended.

According to the prosecutor, the man used to sell robbed and snatched phones to a resident of Sadar Bazar identified as Kashim, who later sold these mobile phones to Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Saudi Arab via Gujarat, Mumbai, and Bihar via a courier.According to a senior police officer, the accomplices reported they had sold around 500 robbed and snatched expensive cell phones to Kashim so far and further sent these phones to neighboring countries for sale.According to him, the receiver of the mobile phones Kashim and the head of the courier company implicated in the syndicate are yet to be identified.