Two Indians were arrested for working in an Indian restaurant in Scotland illegally. The two Indian nationals have been pressed with charges. These people would be deported soon. A raid was conducted which led to the discovery of these two Indians. This raid took place in Paisley at a restaurant named Ajuba.
A fine of twenty thousand pounds has been charged on the restaurant owner for allowing people to work without a work permit. The two arrested Indian citizens were aged 25 and 34 years. They did not have the permission to work in the United Kingdom.
According to the Regional Director of the UK Border Agency in Scotland and Northern Ireland, Phil Taylor, foreign migrants are permitted to work in areas where there is a shortage of the necessary skills. At the same time, if immigrants are found to be ignoring the laws, the UK government would find and deport them from the nation.
According to the owner of the Ajuba restaurant, Gurarmit Singh, the younger of the two men arrested was employed on a trial basis and was to bring his documents where as the other Indian was not employed by the restaurant. He also said that he cannot afford 20,000 pounds as fine. It is a fresh business for him where in things are not going on as per the plans.