The heinous culture of partner swapping, a popular practice in the west, had entered India and several such rackets were busted in the recent past in various parts of the country. The motto behind this will be either money or any business deals.
Dealing with the partner swiping issue with an iron fist, the Kerala Police busted a racket, and seven people were arrested and the arrested people are believed to be involved in the practice of swapping their respective partners.
The accused were taken into police custody by the Kerala Police after a woman had reportedly moved the Karukachal police station against her husband alleging that she is being forced by her husband to have sex with others. Responding to the complaint, these arrests were made by the cops.
When they dug deep into the issue, the Kerala cops reportedly gathered more information in connection with the case. The accused indulge in such objectionable practices with the help of social media like Telegram and WhatsApp.
While only seven of them were arrested by the cops, the Police have doubts on a few others over their involvement in the case. As the suspects are under observation, more details are awaited and more accused are expected to get arrested by the cops.
It is also said that the investigation officer gathered information in the case that reportedly says that all the conversations and dealings were made in the Messaging apps. Money is also said to be involved in this and the tune of this is around crores. However, there is no official confirmation on this.
To collect more information, the Cops have launched a comprehensive probe into the matter. The members of the messaging app are reportedly placed under observation and might be grilled soon.
Shockingly, this is not the first time that such rackets were busted in God's Own Country Kerala. Earlier too, the cops have busted a few rackets involved in the partner swapping practice. As a common point in these rackets, the accused indulge in the matter with the help of social media platforms or messaging apps. These apps gave crucial data to the investigation officers.