The Ballia police have arrested a shopkeeper for allegedly helping a Rohingya man to get an Indian passport.
The alleged accused, Izharul Haq, is a resident of Bilthara Road and owns a bangle shop in Vishunipur locality.
Haq was arrested from Pauharipur on Gadwar Marg on Monday. He helped Rohingya refugee Arman a.k.a. Abu Talha get a passport.
The Varanasi team of Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) had arrested Talha and Abdul Amin from here on March 14 and recovered three Indian passports and many Aadhaar cards, two Indian voter ID cards, a PAN card, a UNHRC card, an ATM card, some foreign currency, two mobile phones and a foreign SIM card from their possession.
Arman had told police that he is a Rohingya refugee and had come to India in 2008. He worked at a shop in Manipur and later moved to Ballia and started living in a rented house in the Umar Ganj locality.
Before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, a former village head’s brother provided him with a voter card, on the basis of which he subsequently obtained PAN and Aadhaar cards.
Haq helped him get a passport on the basis of which, he went to Bahrain and Saudi Arabia for work.
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Just see how Islamization is growing apace under the carpet!
Govt. and adminsitration at levels must wake up to stand against this ‘cancer’ otherwise peace & progress of this sub-continent will be lost.