The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), a domestic intelligence and security service in India, has arrested a man in a 20-year bank fraud case while he was returning from Canada under an assumed identity.
Vinay Kadam was arrested at the Goa airport, located in western India, when he landed with a Canadian passport and the assumed identity of Reagan Rollin.
Kadam was allegedly instrumental in aiding a fraudulent businessman, Ranjender Singh Raolji, by issuing fake cheques. Kadam fled to Canada, assumed a different identity and had a Canadian passport issued. An extradition proposal was later sent to Canadian authorities for Kadam’s return to India.
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