Tuesday, August 29, 2023

Bangladeshi National Nabbed At Delhi IGI Airport With Fake Indian Passport

A Bangladeshi national was apprehended with a fake Indian passport in his possession by immigration officials at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport last week, as per the FIR registered in the matter. 
The accused had landed in Delhi after being deported from South Korea for overstaying, news agency ANI reported. According to the FIR, on August 25, one Indian male passenger namely Anupam Chowdhury, a resident of Nagpur in Maharashtra, having an Indian passport arrived in Delhi from South Korea. Reportedly, the police were informed after the said passport was found to be fake during the immigration clearance process. 
 During the ensuing investigation, it emerged that the detained individual was Anupam Barua, a native of Chittagong in Bangladesh. He was also found to have a Bangladeshi passport. It was further revealed during questioning that he arrived from Bangladesh into India through Haridaspur Integrated Check Post (ICP) using his Bangladeshi passport and stayed in Kolkata for one day during transit in 2015, ANI said in its report. Then he went to Bodh Gaya in Bihar and stayed in a Buddhist monastery for two days. After that, he went to Nagpur in Maharashtra and with the help of one Joy Kumar, he procured an Aadhaar card and PAN card. 
With the help of these documents he fraudulently obtained an Indian passport. "To obtain these documents he gave Rs 20,000 to his agent (Joy Kumar). He made several round trips to Bangladesh illegally. In 2016, he went to Thailand using an Indian Passport and came back to India in 2017. Again he went to Bangladesh in 2017 using his Bangladeshi passport and came to India in 2017 via Haridaspur Border. He never went back to Bangladesh as per immigration records," reads the FIR in the matter. 
 29/08/2023 Mayukh Debnath/Jagran
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