Unwanted guests in India: UP ATS arrests 3 Bangladeshis living in India illegally with Hindu names, 1 WB resident also held

Lucknow/Kanpur, 27 October: UP Anti-terrorism Squad (ATS) had arrested four youths from near Mughalsarai railway station (Officially known as Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhaya Junction).

Of the four arrested, Mithun is from West Bengal who runs a travel agency and three others are Bangladeshi. The statement of Additional Director General (ADG) of Police, Law and Order Prashant Kumar has been issued in this regard on Wednesday.

Rohingyas enter India illegally

The ADG said that those arrested from Mughalsarai railway station have been identified as Mithun Mandal, a resident of West Bengal, Shaon Ahmed, a resident of Bangladesh, Mominur Islam, and Mehndi Hasan. These people illegally bring Bangladeshis and Rohingyas to India and get their fake documents prepared. In these, Bangladeshis and Rohingyas were involved voluntarily, whose purpose was to go abroad only with these fake documents. Through fake documents, their voter ID card and Aadhar card are at fake addresses.

Came to India on August 16

The three Bangladeshis told that they used to work in a hotel in Madarganj, Bangladesh. They came to India illegally on August 16 by crossing the Indo-Bangladesh border. Corona investigation RT-PCR and fake documents have been recovered from these people.

Meanwhile, the ATS will present them in the court and take them in remand and will give detailed information in this regard.

During interrogation, it has come to know from these immigrants that they make fake documents to stay in India. In these documents, these people hide their identity and live as Hindus.

In the name of establishing Indian identity and sending them abroad illegally, the members of this gang extort good money from these Bangladeshis and Rohingyas to bring them to India.

The unit of ATS Lucknow received tip-off that three Bangladeshis and one West Bengal citizen are coming from New Delhi to Mughalsarai by Rajdhani Express (02314). The ATS team of Lucknow, Varanasi and Kanpur, which was activated after this information, have caught them from the railway station on Tuesday and all were brought to the headquarters for questioning. All four have been arrested and investigation has been started.

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