Eleven Bangladeshi citizens were detained by the police in Tripura for illegally entering India, indicating ongoing infiltration from the neighboring country. The individuals were arrested and sent to jail custody after being produced before local courts.
Based on intelligence from BSF, the Railway Police kept a close watch on Teliamura Railway station and detained seven individuals on suspicion. All of them admitted to hailing from Bangladesh and were on their way to Bangalore for work. They had crossed over to Tripura with the help of an Indian agent, but the agent’s identity remains unknown.
In Amarpur, police discovered that several people were running a fishing business while staying in three rented houses at Chandipara Fishery Road. Upon investigation, police found that they were all Bangladeshi citizens. Nine individuals were arrested, but five of them produced passports and other travel documents and were released from the police station. The remaining four were sent to jail custody after being produced before a local court.
The incident highlights the need for increased vigilance to prevent illegal infiltration from neighboring countries.