Three Bangladeshi nationals were apprehended by authorities in Gomati district of Tripura, India for their illegal stay in the country. The arrests were made based on information received from a credible source. During interrogation, it was revealed that the individuals had been residing in India illegally for several months. The authorities have taken the necessary steps to repatriate them to Bangladesh. Such cases of illegal immigration pose a significant challenge for law enforcement agencies in the country, and measures are being taken to curb such activities. India shares a long border with Bangladesh, which makes it vulnerable to illegal crossings by individuals seeking better economic opportunities or fleeing from political instability. The government has been actively implementing policies and measures to prevent illegal immigration, including strengthening border security and deportation of illegal immigrants. It is essential to address the issue effectively to ensure the safety and security of citizens and the integrity of the nation’s borders.
Bangladeshi Nationals Arrested in Tripura for Illegal Stay in India