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Father of 6 Daughters Dies of Heart Attack After Losing ₹5 Lakh to Visa Scam: Report

 Srinagar: In the Darhal area of Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district, a man named Adil Din succumbed to a heart attack after being deceived by an immigration agent who purportedly swindled him of a substantial sum under the guise of securing a visa, Republic World reported.

Adil Din’s bereaved family now finds itself relying solely on the prospect of justice. The Darhal Police in Jammu and Kashmir have swung into action following directives from higher authorities.

According to Adil Din’s family, he handed over Rs 5 lakh to a local resident named Manzoor Hussain in December 2023, with the intention of obtaining a visa for Kuwait.

Manzoor Hussain, the alleged perpetrator, as per the report in The Republic promised Adil Din the coveted visa and promptly absconded to Saudi Arabia with the cash. Upon reaching Saudi Arabia, Manzoor Hussain began offering feeble explanations for the delay in processing Din’s visa over the phone. Ultimately, he conveyed to the victim that nothing could be done.

Upon learning that he wouldn’t be receiving the promised visa, Adil Din suffered a fatal heart attack and passed away on December 5. The family lodged a complaint at the Darhal Police Station on December 15. Nazim Kausar, the victim’s wife, met with Senior Superintendent of Police Rajouri Amritpal Singh, who assured her of justice. Directives were issued to the officer in charge of the Darhal Police Station to conduct a thorough investigation.

Survived by his wife, two sons, and six daughters, Adil Din was the sole breadwinner for his family. He had borrowed five lakh rupees to pursue opportunities abroad and support his family. The family now harbours the hope that justice will be served, allowing them to recover the funds and settle their outstanding debts.