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Nurses trafficking case turns out to be mistake, accused released

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Bangalore: The case of 32 nursing graduates from Kerala who were detained by the immigration officials, at the Kempegowda International Airport has turned out to be a farce. They were on their way to pursue a short term course, i.e., learn German at the University of Traditional Medicine of Armenia, when they were mistaken to be the victims of a human trafficking racket.

A case was registered in this regard based on a complaint from the KIA immigration officials and organiser Tony Tom from Mangalore, who was accompanying the graduates to Armenia, arrested.

According to police reports Tony Tom runs an educational consultancy in Mangalore and facilitates studies at UTMA. The immigration officials didn’t allow the nurses to fly even though they were authentic. A fraud case was registered by the KIA police against Tony and sent to jail.

Tony was later released on bail as no evidence could support that it was a human trafficking case.

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