Premarital investigation has gradually become a compulsory course for India families, according to the guardian. In order to manage a dignified and solemn wedding ceremony, many India families will spend their whole life savings. In order to ensure that blood is not wasted and to avoid inhuman beings, more and more families in India are now hiring private detectives to investigate the personal situation of the bridegroom or bride before their wedding. With the popularity of this practice, the private detective industry is booming in India. According to the data released by the world detective Federation last year, the annual growth rate of the private detective industry in India is up to 30%, which is expected to reach 17 billion rupees (about $255 million) by 2020. Kanwal Singh, chairman of the India private detective Association, said that in the next few years, India needs as many as 50 thousand new private detectives. Because of the huge demand, the business of Private Investigation company in India was flourishing, and even the situation of insufficient supply of detectives was once seen. Tracking and collecting evidence is a necessary skill for a private detective, according to todays India. The rise of premarital investigation in India Nowadays, there are tens of thousands of private detective companies in India, and business is very hot. The company will pay a lot of investigation fees for the background investigation of the employees, and politicians will also pay the investigators to dig out the privacy of their political opponents. However, most private detectives in India live on premarital surveys. In the past, acquaintances, or parents directly arranged marriage, know each others roots. Nowadays, an important reason why the premarital survey is becoming more and more popular in India is that more and more Indians know their marriage partners online and lack a deeper understanding. India girl Anita (a pseudonym) said, its not about watching him or anything. We just want to know her boyfriend before she gets married. Her sister knew the other half of her job because of her work, but Anita and her parents wanted to identify the mans personal, family and financial status before the wedding. So she hired a private detective to investigate the background of her opponent. A month later, the private detective company gave Anita a detailed report, including the mans income, family history and past interpersonal relationships. Pre marital survey makes India private detectives business hot graph network Like Anitas family, premarital surveys have become a required course for many families in India. Worrying about family members is unclear. More and more people are hiring pre marital detectives to find out the details of each other before marriage, so as to make sure that they are not cheaters. Usually, the price of a pre marital survey in India is US $500-800. According to the requirements of our clients, we investigate personal habits, past love and marriage history, income and family history. It takes only half a month to a month, and experienced detectives can thoroughly understand the details of a person. Rahul Rai, the boss of a detective company, told BBC that after being commissioned, the company would assign two or three detectives to investigate the social circles, online search information and on-site monitoring, respectively. For detectives, disguise is the most commonly used way of investigation. They often disguise themselves as beggars, security guards or drivers, and close to the residential areas and living circles of the respondents. Kanwal Singh, chairman of the India private detective Association, said that neighborhood relations are very close in India. Experienced private detectives know how to collect useful information from their neighbors, from the family situation of the subject to any trifle. Of course, they may not only play a role in this role, but also some detectives are asked to pretend to be pimp by their parents. Pre marital survey makes India private detectives business hot graph network A survey of private detectives Premarital surveys often lead to unexpected situations. For example, in a commission, rais detectives after weeks of secret surveillance found that the quasi bridegroom already had several brides. Another time, the bridegroom lied about running several businesses at home, but the survey found that his familys economic situation was not so, and eventually ended up in marriage. Moreover, a private detective in Mumbai, Wu Sha, said that more and more people are now asking to investigate the mother-in-laws character. Because in India, when a bride gets married, she usually lives with her parents in law. She said, we need to study how many times she has been born, how many times she has been angry, how many times she has dropped pots and pans, and how many times she has spent shopping. We need to know everything about her and record it. In addition to pre marital surveys, there are also many commissioned investigations of extramarital affairs. Kanwal Singh told her one of his most shocking entrustment. A father-in-law asked his daughter-in-law to investigate his daughter-in-law. Because his son was far away in the United States, the father suspected that her daughter-in-law had taken part in some suspicious activities and hoped that Singer would find the complete evidence. However, during the investigation, Singer found that the girl had no problems, but his client forced the local street vendors to lie. At this point, he realized the situation was a bit wrong, and he suspected the client had long abused her daughter-in-law and tried to create a story to ruin her reputation before her husband came back from the United States. So Singer sent another detective to test the father-in-law, which proved his suspicions to be correct. In the end, they decided to collect evidence to help the girl save her life with innocence. A female private detective is working, according to the guardian. Question of vacuum supervision Nowadays, the development of science and technology has provided more convenience for detective work. For example, the use of global positioning system, telephone tracking, installation of embed glasses, purses, and even hidden tape recordings and video devices in buttons will be more conducive to secret investigation. However, as detective work has always been in a gray area, investigation activities are neither legal nor illegal, but there are also many doubts. Not everyone supports this approach, especially those surveyed. For them, these surveys mean privacy violations. In India, private investigation is still in a vacuum without legal supervision, and many mercenaries are constantly trying to test the edge of moral law. In February, Mumbai police arrested several private detectives, including the first woman in India, ljan Pandit, who said the detectives had been illegally obtaining other peoples phone records, including some famous people, and selling information to customers. The first female detective in India, La Jani Pandit, was accused of illegally obtaining the recording of the call, according to the India times. This arrest again triggered a discussion on the regulation of private detective industry in India. Last month, the India private detectives issued a guide to all members, suggesting that no telephone records were illegally obtained for clients to pursue cases, and members were warned that they would lose their membership once they were caught. In recent years, the India government has been trying to set up a regulatory plan for the private detective industry. In response, some private investigators say that the introduction of regulatory policies will help optimize the industry environment. The founder of the private detective company, David Moda, said that if the bill passed, only a truly reliable company could survive. Source: Chengdu business daily editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841 This arrest again triggered a discussion on the regulation of private detective industry in India. Last month, the India private detectives issued a guide to all members, suggesting that no telephone records were illegally obtained for clients to pursue cases, and members were warned that they would lose their membership once they were caught. In recent years, the India government has been trying to set up a regulatory plan for the private detective industry. In response, some private investigators say that the introduction of regulatory policies will help optimize the industry environment. The founder of the private detective company, David Moda, said that if the bill passed, only a truly reliable company could survive.