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West Bengal: The Police arrests four Iranian citizens with fake Aadhar cards

After frequent arrests of Muslim infiltrators of Bangladesh, now the police arrested Iranian citizens with fake Aadhar cards. 

The arrested Iranian citizens are identified as Javed Aminimahar, Mehedi Pahange, Ibrahim Derakhahanpur, Elham Derakhahanpur. They entered Bharat through Nepal border with the help of agents. 

As per the reports, the arrested Iranian citizens collected Aadhar cards from a local agent. Then, through car, they reached Coochbehar town. There, they were trying to stay in a hotel by showing fake Aadhar cards. 

But, the submitted document raised suspicion of the manager and he informed the Police. 

The police immediately came to the hotel and detained them. During primary interrogation, they showed their Aadhar cards to the police. The cards have their photos and name with a address of Coochbehar district’s Sahebganj of Dinhata block. 

The arrested Iranian citizens also revealed that they entered Bharat through Nepal border. Before that, they entered Malaysia and from there, they reached Nepal. 

Now, the police are trying to know why they entered Bharat. The police also trying to identify the agents who helped the Iranian citizens to enter the country. 

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