"My company paid for tickets purchased at the travel agency ," said Sooryakanti Gayan , wife of former minister Anil Gayan investigators . Sooryakanti Gayan , 62, was worried by the CCID Friday, following the arrest of Benazir Muslun Begum , 29, and Joyendee Mushirah , 22, both employees of the travel agency on Wednesday. They told investigators they had sold 139 tickets to Intertravel & Tours Ltd. between mid- June and August 2013.
In the presence of his lawyer , Mr. Raouf Gulbul , Sooryakanti Gayan said men ACP Vuddamalay and Jangi , that since the beginning of this year, the company is not registered with the IATA buy tickets tickets from the travel agency in question. They are , she says, employees who make the payment. " I trust them," says Sooryakanti Gayan .
According Sooryakanti Gayan , his company should not Rs 2.8 million to the agency. After two hours of interrogation , the director of Intertravel & Tours Ltd was allowed to go home. It will once again be in the central barracks to produce documents relating to the payment of airline tickets purchased from the agency.
During interrogation , Begum Muslun and Joyendee Mushirah said they did not know where the money was spent . They say they acted " as instructed by the accountant and close the agency's director . " After a night in prison , Benazir and Begum Muslun Joyendee Mushirah have appeared in court in Port Louis on Friday under a provisional charge of" larceny by person in receipt of wages . " They paid a deposit of Rs 15,000 each to find parole .
This case came following a complaint recorded in CCID 4 September by the director of the travel agency . He denounced his two employees . "This transaction took place under carpet . We never had to deal with Intertravel . We did not know the tickets were sold to this company , "said the director of the travel agency . "This fraud was detected by the accountant on August 30. When we checked with the companies concerned , they have given these tickets is they were not intended , " he adds .
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