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Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Tripura: 5 Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators arrested in Bilonia, agent absconding 

The flow of Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators into Bharat through Tripura continues. This time 5 Bangladeshi Muslim infiltrators were arrested in Bilonia. 

Arrested Bangladeshi infiltrators are Muhammad Sajib, Saheb Uddin, Azad Hossain, Abdul Auwal and Jahidul Islam. They all are residents of Baur Pathar area of Parashuram. 

During interrogation, they said they had entered Bharat with the help of an agent named Tamal Mallick. They crossed the border by cutting the wired fence. Since then, they have been hiding in the house of that agent. Based on the tip, police raided the home and arrested them. Police said the accused agent Tamal Mallick is absconding. 

According to sources, police filed a case against the arrested in Bilonia police station, FIR no. 33/23, under sections 370, 212, and 120(B). Also, a lawsuit is filed as per Passport Act. 

Muslim infiltration from Bangladesh through Tripura is not new. Also, Rohingyas from Myanmar enters Bharat through Tripura. In many past instances, Rohingyas and Bangladeshi nationals were arrested from different parts of Tripura. A few days ago, Rohingyas were arrested at Dharmanagar railway station. They were arrested before boarding a train to Jammu. BSF should be more vigilant, saying netizens. 

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