In india, the hair export industry is valued at Rs 6,000-8000 crore, with 5% of the hair coming from temple contributions and the rest from comb debris collected throughout communities. Wigs, fake beards, eyebrows, extensions, and the extraction of a protein used in the baking business are all made using it. An unexpected reduction in the price of exported human hair consignments led customs authorities to a smuggling trail that leads to china and costs india over Rs 100 crore per year, which was discovered earlier this year.

Now the inquiry into the hair mafia is underway. The entire plot revolves on a group that imports hair from foreign countries. This transaction was illegal under FEMA (Foreign Exchange Management Act). The majority of the gang's hair comes from the southern states. Wigs made of human hair are in high demand on the worldwide market. Crossing national boundaries for commerce are dealers and smugglers. Nine searches were conducted yesterday in nine locations across two telugu states. There are eight locations in hyderabad and one in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh.

ED seized key papers in these deals. The gang was travelling from Myanmar to china through hyderabad, Kolkata, and then via Moreh, Mizoram, Manipur. A gang transporting head hair via air freight parcel across the streets. The search continued till midnight at Naresh's residence at rtc Colony, LB Nagar, Hyderabad. In hyderabad, the ED is looking into Vikas Enterprises, naresh Hair Exporter, Hrithik Exim, and Nyala Family Export director Ibrahim Patel.
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