UP Police arrests seven Bangladeshi nationals in Jhansi's Babina for not possessing proper documents

They were staying at a hotel near the bus stand and were not possessing any documents to stay in India

Press Trust of India February 09, 2020 15:18:51 IST
UP Police arrests seven Bangladeshi nationals in Jhansi's Babina for not possessing proper documents
  • Seven Bangladeshi nationals were arrested in Babina area of Jhansi as they did not have any valid documents

  • They were staying at a hotel near the bus stand and were not possessing any documents to stay in India

  • 'No criminal cases have been found against them', said police

Jhansi: Seven Bangladeshi nationals were arrested in Babina area of Jhansi as they did not have any valid documents, police said on Sunday.

UP Police arrests seven Bangladeshi nationals in Jhansis Babina for not possessing proper documents

Representational image. Reuters

Jhansi Senior Superintendent of Police D Pradeep said, "As many as seven Bangladeshi nationals were arrested during a routine checking in bus stand area of Babina on Friday."

They were staying at a hotel near the bus stand and were not possessing any documents to stay in India, the SSP said. The arrested men belong to Dhaka, he claimed.

"For some time, they were in the business of selling fish oil. During routine probe, no criminal cases have been found against them, but they have been booked under the Foreigners Act for illegally staying in India," Pradeep added.

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