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Indian Businessman Kidnapped And Served With Street Justice After Duping Forex Dealers US$765

Munir Kamruddin Kazi (45) an Indian businessman accused of fleecing forex currency dealers of US$765 000 has now made counter claims that he was kidnapped, stashed into a car boot and taken to an unknown place where he was assaulted.

Kazi who already appeared in court for fraud last week filed a report of kidnapping, malicious damage to property, assault and pointing a firearm against the foreign currency dealers.

Kazi alleges that the forex dealers forcibly took him from his office premises and stashed him inside a car boot before driving off to the middle of nowhere where they assaulted him.

He claims  after the assault they returned to his office where they damaged his property

The matter has since been referred to CID Homicide as it involved the use of a firearm.

Kazi made headlines last week  after he allegedly duped a massive US$765 000 from forex dealers together his business associate Shingi Muringi (28)

Kazi and Murigi were arrested following a police report and the matter is currently in the courts.

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