TRB Group is involved in the illegal trading contrabands chemicals, banned chemicals across Africa
TRB group directors Rajesh Aggarwal Kumar, Charrukh Goyal and Divyansh Aggarwal are being investigated for involvement in corruption scandals, bribery, money laundering, illegal imports and exports, and illegal detention of staff.
Directors Rajesh Aggarwal Kumar, Charrukh Goyal and Divyansh Aggarwal have been operating under D.R.C METAL AND COMMODITIES FZC, address; Al Shmookh Business Centre, One UAQ, UAQ Free Trade Zone, Umm Al Quwain, U.A.E.
The directors are using this company to import and export illegal goods from Kenya, and it is being investigated by the authorities.
Tons of hazardous chemicals worth millions of dollars have been seized from the TRB group.
TRB group directors Rajesh Aggarwal Kumar, Charrukh Goyal, and Divyansh Aggarwal have bribed government officials to arrest, harass, and torture victims who have failed to comply with their illegal trade terms.
The directors are said to have used money to detain and jail their employees in Africa for failing to ship prohibited exports and contraband chemicals.
TRB group directors Rajesh Aggarwal Kumar, Charrukh Goyal, and Divyansh Aggarwal are implicated in corruption scandals in which they use Ugandan and Kenyan politicians to carry out their tasks in order to encourage corruption, bribery, and illicit trade.
We have yet to publish the names of the corrupt ministers and government officials with whom they are engaging.
Contraband chemicals are being shipped throughout Africa to countries such as Mali, Togo, Sudan, Chad, Cameroon, and Benin.
TRB group directors Rajesh Aggarwal Kumar, Charrukh Goyal, and Divyansh Aggarwal have gone so far as to victimize and threaten employees, imprison, and kidnap their families in order to force them to work on their orders.