EXCLUSIVE: Pictures and profiles of Gupta brothers, Rajesh and Atul Gupta, not found on Interpol's red notice category on Interpol's website despite arrest claim in Dubai KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, June 6, 2022

EXCLUSIVE: Pictures and profiles of Gupta brothers, Rajesh and Atul Gupta, not found on Interpol's red notice category on Interpol's website despite arrest claim in Dubai

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Pictures and profiles of Gupta brothers, Rajesh and Atul Gupta, not found on Interpol's red notice on Interpol's website despite arrest claim in Dubai. 

Last year (2021), it was reported that the Guptas were on the red notice on Interpol's website, but nothing was found, even up till now.

After the confirmation from the South African government about the arrest of the Guptas, our team went to Interpol's website to search for their names, but nothing was found.

Now, South Africans are waiting patiently for Interpol or Dubai police to confirm the news arrest, since no profile of the Guptas is up on Interpol's website. The only Gupta found on Interpol's website is that of Gupta Vikash. 

The brothers are wanted in connection with the R24.9 million Nulane Investment fraud and money laundering case, which will proceed in the Free State High Court in Bloemfontein in September.

It is understood that a high-level meeting of law enforcement agencies is currently taking place in Pretoria.

Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Republic Of South Africa said in a statement:

"The Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Republic Of South Africa confirms that it has received information from law enforcement authorities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that fugitives of justice, namely, Rajesh and Atul Gupta have been arrested. 

"Discussions between various law enforcement agencies in the UAE and South Africa on the way forward are ongoing. The South African government will continue to cooperate with the UAE."

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